10 edition of The ecology of language evolution found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-245) and indexes.
|Statement||Salikoko S. Mufwene.|
|Series||Cambridge approaches to language contact|
|LC Classifications||P140 .M84 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|ISBN 10||0521791383, 0521794757|
|LC Control Number||00052925|
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Aug 30, · Written by an internationally renowned linguist, the book surveys a wide range of examples of changes in the structure, function and vitality of languages, and suggests that similar ecologies have played the same kinds of roles in all cases of language evolution.
The Ecology of Language Evolution will be welcomed by students and researchers in. Written by an internationally renowned linguist, the book surveys a wide range of examples of changes in the structure, function and vitality of languages, and suggests that similar ecologies have played the same kinds of roles in all cases of language evolution.
The Ecology of Language Evolution will be welcomed by students and researchers in Cited by: Drawing on major theories of language formation, macroecology and population genetics, Mufwene proposes a common approach to the development of creoles and other new languages.
The Ecology of Language Evolution will be welcomed by students and researchers in sociolinguistics, creolistics, theoretical linguistics and theories of evolution. Book Reviews: The Ecology of Language Evolution.
In France we could mention Louis-Jean Calvet, author of an important book on the ecology of the languages of the world (). The Ecology of Language Evolution (Cambridge Approaches to Language Contact) by Mufwene, Salikoko S.
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[Salikoko S Mufwene] -- "This new work explores the development of creoles and other new languages, focusing on the conceptual and methodological issues they raise for genetic linguistics. Written by an internationally. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. In The Ecology of Language Evolution Mufwene starts with creoles, in particular Atlantic creoles, but extends to language evolution quite generally.
His central thesis is that the restructuring processes that produced creoles are not fundamentally different to those involved in "ordinary" language change — and that ideas from creole linguistics can be applied more broadly.
Language is understood as a part of complex socio-historical-cultural systems, and interaction between the different dimensions and levels of these systems is considered to be essential for specific language forms.
This book presents a uniform, abstract model of linguistic ecology based on, among other things, two concepts of Edmund Husserl's. The Ecology of Language Evolution will be welcomed by students and researchers in sociolinguistics, creolistics, theoretical linguistics and theories of evolution.
Excerpt This chapter is written primarily to clarify concepts such as “ecology, ” “evolution, ” and “language, ” which are central to the book.
Ecology; Ecology addresses the full scale of life, from tiny bacteria The ecology of language evolution book processes that span The ecology of language evolution book entire planet.
Ecologists study many diverse and complex relations among species, such as predation and masternode-world.com diversity of life is organized into different habitats. In other words, there is a selective action of the environment on the evolution of language" (Louis Jean Calvet, Towards an Ecology of World Languages, translated by Andrew Brown.
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The Encyclopedia bears testimony to the dynamism and evolution of the language and education field, as it confronts the ever-burgeoning and irrepressible linguistic diversity and ongoing pressures and expectations placed on education around the masternode-world.com: Angela Creese.
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The Ecology of Language Evolution This major new work explores the development of creoles and other new languages, focusing on the conceptual and methodological issues they raise for genetic linguistics.
Written by an internationally renowned lin-guist,the book discusses the nature and signiﬁcance of internal and exter. Feb 23, · The Ecology of Language Evolution by Salikoko S. Mufwene,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).
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This book explores the development of creoles and other new languages, highlighting conceptual and methodological issues for genetic linguistics and discussing the significance of ecologies that influence language evolution.
It presents examples of changes in the structure, function, and vitality of languages, suggesting that similar ecologies have played similar roles in all cases of language Cited by: Feb 02, · To go along with Ted Case’s book (which I also recommend) for those with a little more math chops, I would say Roughgarden’s “Theory of Population Genetics and Evolutionary Ecology” is a must read.
I devoured that book over one winter break and it is the foundations of all my understanding of population ecology and evolutionary theory. Ecology and Evolution requires that all appropriate steps be taken in obtaining informed consent of any and all human subjects participating in the research comprising the manuscript submitted for review and possible publication, and a statement to this effect must be included in.
“We think of English as a fortress to be defended, but a better analogy is to think of English as a child. We love and nurture it into being, and once it gains gross motor skills, it starts going exactly where we don't want it to go: it heads right for the goddamned electrical sockets.
Department of Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook University. BEE Principles of Ecology Population dynamics, interactions of organisms, theoretical concepts of community structure and their biological and evolutionary implications.
BEE Principles of Evolution Biological evolution, including the genetics of populations, speciation, evolution of higher taxa, and the fossil record. The Ecology of Language Evolution You are partly correct if you think this is another cute way of designating what is also known as sociohistorical masternode-world.com course situates the causes of language change in changes in patterns of social interaction within a population, including those brought about by language contact.
The ecology of language is a framework for the study of language as conceptualised primarily in Einar Haugen’s /72 work, where he defines language ecology as “the study of interactions between any given language and its environment”. Mar 17, · The challenge to the reader is both to learn to think in this new paradigm and to unlearn ideas and practices of paradigms that this book is intended to replace.
M is not alone in talking about language as an ecological phenomenon. Ever since Haugen’s Ecology of language (a), ecological ideas have gained wider masternode-world.com by: Phylogenies in Ecology is the first book to critically review the application of phylogenetic methods in ecology, and it serves as a primer to working ecologists and students of ecology wishing to understand these methods.
This book demonstrates how phylogenetic information is transforming ecology by offering fresh ways to estimate the similarities and differences among species, and by. Language change and language endangerment appear to be different facets of the same more general process, viz., language evolution in an always changing ecology in which every language and every structural feature coexists and competes with others and may be affected by the changing ecological factors (Mufwene ).
Mar 31, · Reviews “'Inspired by evolutionary biology, Salikoko Mufwene's spectacularly comprehensive and thought-provoking new book goes for the big picture and illuminates fundamental principles of language evolution and language contact. Ecology is the study of the interactions between an organism and its environment.
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Apr 04, · Explore ecology in this accessible introduction to how the natural world works and how we have started to understand the environment, ecosystems, and climate change.
Using a bold, graphic-led approach, The Ecology Book explores and explains over 85 Pages: Richard Dawkins This book offers the current states of the art on the subject of language evolution, covering just about every scientific discipline that has a stake in answering the questions it raises.
Pragmatics Language Evolution is a brave attempt at a state-of-the-art survey of language origin research at the beginning of the masternode-world.com Range: £ - £ No other book so completely, fairly, and eloquently presents contemporary notions as to how language evolved." - Michael Corballis, University of Auckland "Reconstructing the evolution of language is a daunting task but Tecumseh Fitch brings it off with style.
An impressive synthesis."Price Range: £ - £ Einar Haugen is generally regarded as the founding father of ‘language ecology’ or ‘ecology of language’. In his classic paper, he suggested that “[l]anguage ecology may be defined as the study of interactions between any given language and its environment”.Cited by: Apr 02, · Explore ecology in this accessible introduction to how the natural world works and how we have started to understand the environment, ecosystems, and climate change.
Using a bold, graphic-led approach, The Ecology Book explores and explains more than 85 of Pages: 11 * The Ecology of Language Evolution in Latin America: A Haitian Postscript toward a Postcolonial Sequel michel degraff While reading the preceding chapters in this volume, on Iberian Imperial-ism and Language Evolution in Latin America, I kept trading two distinct hats on my bald head: one for the theoretical linguist interested in the.
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If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website. Language. Country U.S. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library ofCongress Cataloguing in Publication data Mufwene,Salikoko S. The ecology of language evolution / Salikoko masternode-world.come.
cm.– (Cambridge approaches to language contact) Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Oct 30, · A good place to start is to fast forward years to a genomics study of Galapagos finches that ties in Darwin’s work on how ecology affects evolution with the molecular revolution of the.Jan 08, · Mufwene, Salikoko S.
() The Ecology of Language Evolution. Cambridge University Press, hardback ISBN 0-xviii+pp, GBPCambridge Approaches to Language Contact. Reviewed by Nicoletta Puddu, Department of Linguistics, University of Pavia This book proposes an approach to Creole linguistics and, more in general, to.Jan 18, · Some dictionaries have up towords, although most native English speakers have a vocabulary of up to only 60, words.
This complex, frustrating, and fascinating language has had a lengthy journey to become the language we know today. Here are five of our favorite books about the evolution of the English language.