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  Morphology (linguistics) - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Morphology is a subdiscipline of linguistics that studies word structure.
A contemporary morphologist would call this a "morpheme-based" theory; alternatives are lexeme-based morphology and word-based morphology.
But as the example of "morpheme" reveals, bound morphemes may become unbound ones: "morph" has been adopted in linguistics for the phonological realization of a morpheme, and the verb "morph" was coined to describe a transition between morphological states (usually biological).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Morphology_%28linguistics%29   (823 words)

  
  Morphology (linguistics) Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In this way, morphology is the branch of linguistics that studies patterns of word-formation within and across languages, and attempts to formulate rules that model the knowledge of the speakers of those languages.
The part of morphology that covers the relationship between syntax and morphology is called morphosyntax, and it concerns itself with inflection and paradigms, but not with word-formation or compounding.
Lexical morphology is the branch of morphology that deals with the lexicon, which, morphologically conceived, is the collection of lexemes in a language.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /topic/Morphology_(linguistics).html   (2861 words)

  
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Morphology (linguistics), the study of the structure and content of word forms.
Morphology (biology) is the study of the form or shape of an organism or part thereof.
Morphology (metallurgy), the study of the microstructure of metals.
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 Morphology - Linguistics (general) Journals, Books & Online Media | Springer
The aim of Morphology is to publish high quality articles that contribute to the further articulation of morphological theory and linguistic theory in general, or present new and unexplored data.
Morphology publishes articles on morphology proper, as well as articles on the interaction of morphology with phonology, syntax, and semantics, the acquisition and processing of morphological information, the nature of the mental lexicon, and morphological variation and change.
Its main focus is on formal models of morphological knowledge, morphological typology (the range and limits of variation in natural languages), the position of morphology in the architecture of the human language faculty, and the evolution and change of language.
www.springer.com /11525?pro=HSSVVL-11115   (260 words)

  
 Theoretical linguistics - an introduction - Citizendium
Theoretical linguistics is that branch of linguistics that is most concerned with developing models of linguistic knowledge.
Part of this endeavor involves the search for and explanation of linguistic universals, that is, properties all languages have in common.
The fields that are generally considered the core of theoretical linguistics are syntax, phonology, morphology, and semantics.
en.citizendium.org /wiki/Theoretical_linguistics   (647 words)

  
  2006-2007 Course Register
Speech: its linguistic transcription, its quantitative physical description, and its relationship to the categories and dimensions of language structure and use.  The physical basis of speech: acoustics, vocal tract anatomy and physiology, hearing and speech perception, articulation and motor control.
Linguistics 553 will cover those elements of logic that are fundamental to semantic theory.  The course will treat basic set theory, propositional logic (formulas, truth-functional connectives, truth tables), predicate logic (quantification, interpretation relative to a model) and natural inference.
This course is the first of a two-term introduction to linguistic pragmatics, the branch of linguistics whose goal is to provide a formal characterization of discourse competence, i.e.
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 Learn more about Morphology (linguistics) in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A contemporary morphologist would call this a "morpheme-based" theory; alternatives are lexeme-based morphology and word-based morphology.
A word may consist of two bound morphemes: the word "morpheme" itself illustrates this, since it consists, or traditionally consisted, of two bound morphemes ("morph" and "eme").
But as the example of "morpheme" reveals, bound morphemes may become unbound ones: "morph" has been adopted in linguistics for the phonological realization of a morpheme, and the verb "morph" was coined to describe a type of visual effect done with computers.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /m/mo/morphology__linguistics_.html   (899 words)

  
 Linguistics Homework   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Morphology, the study of words, is studied to understand how we use the units of language to understand and be understood.
Inflectional morphology addresses how word are varied in different tenses, cases, conjugations and declensions.
Derivational morphology looks at the principles behind the introduction of new words and how they enter a language.
www.geocities.com /istaraa/vu/lg/morph.html   (483 words)

  
 Dorit Ravid, Ph
Derivational morphology in SLI children: structure and semantics of Hebrew nouns.
Morphology and spelling among Hebrew-speaking children: from kindergarten to first grade.
Gradeschoolers’ linguistic and pragmatic speech adaptation to native and non-native interlocution.
www.tau.ac.il /education/homepg/dorit-ravid.html   (1044 words)

  
 Welcome to Berkeley Linguistics
Linguistics 100 is offered in fall, spring and summer semesters; Linguistics 110 is offered each fall and in intermittent spring semesters, as needed, and when faculty are available; Linguistics 115 and 120 are offered only in the spring, and Linguistics 130 only in the fall.
Linguistics majors must receive a grade of C or better in all five core courses; undeclared students who receive a lower grade in any core course will not be permitted to declare the major, and majors who receive a lower grade in any core course may be dropped from the major.
Linguists are hired to teach Linguistics, foreign languages, the English language, English as a second or foreign language, literacy, bilingual education, and psycholinguistics.
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 College Catalog - Reed College
Prerequisite: Linguistics 323 or equivalent, or consent of the instructor.
Within linguistics, the analysis of discourse includes the study of linguistic units larger than the sentence and extends, more generally, to the study of stretches of speech (as well as written language) in the context of their use.
Prerequisite: Linguistics 311, Anthropology 211, or consent of the instructor.
web.reed.edu /catalog_2005_06/courses/ling/index.html   (1543 words)

  
 UPenn Linguistics: Morphology
Morphology can be thought of roughly as the study of the structure of the parts of words, including for instance the nature of affixes.
At Penn, morphology research spans into the syntax-morphology interface, in particular with a distributed morphology perspective in which morphology is thought to have the same constituent structures as at the level of syntax.
Charles Yang is interested in the real-time mechanisms of morphological processing and storage, and the architectural issues of morphology in the grammar.
babel.ling.upenn.edu /research/morphology.html   (298 words)

  
 SOU Linguistics :: morphology
Morphology gives us a method to divide all the words in the dictionary into two broad categories, free morphemes and bound morphemes.
If the process is [free morpheme] + [inflectional morpheme] = [a different word], but when you check a dictionary you only find a listing for the different word as part of the listing of the [free morpheme's] definition, then the bound morpheme you added to the other morpheme was indeed an inflectional.
Morphology also studies the numerous ways new words are formed.
campus.sou.edu /~nash/morphology.html   (1224 words)

  
 Morphology (linguistics)
Morphology is a subdiscipline of linguistics that studies word structure.
For expository purposes, this article will describe the phenomena in a fairly traditional way: treating words as combinations of discrete meaningful units (morphemes) put together by concatenation.
Peter H. Matthews' Morphology is a classic late 20th century introductory textbook.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/m/mo/morphology__linguistics_.html   (846 words)

  
 MIT Department of Linguistics
Sad News (March 20, 2007): We are shocked and profoundly grieved by news of the sudden and untimely death of Tanya Reinhart.
Tanya received her PhD in Linguistics from our department in 1976 and was a frequent and welcome visitor ever since.
Tanya's contributions to linguistic theory are lasting and profound, and we took pride in Tanya's continuing links to this department.
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 Linguistics
Linguistics seeks to discover the common features of the languages of the world’s peoples, to understand how languages change over time, and how language relates to other aspects of human society.
It is also common for linguistics majors to have a second major, either in a language or in an adjacent field such as psychology or computer science.
All linguistics courses offered for the major must be passed with a letter grade of C or higher.
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 Linguistics 1: Morphology and Syntax
morphology) and the study of the structure of phrases and sentences (
There are eight lectures, four each for morphology and syntax.
There will also be two tutorials for this module, one devoted to morphology and one devoted to syntax.
www.ling.ed.ac.uk /~packema/teaching/ling1-morphsyn/index.htm   (165 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Handbook of Morphology (Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics): Books: Andrew Spencer,Arnold M. Zwicky   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Interest in morphology has undergone rapid growth over the past two decades and the area is now seen as crucially important, both in relation to other aspects of grammar and in relation to other disciplines.
Andrew Spencer is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Essex.
He has published in all the major linguistics journals, with contributions to the fields of phonology, morphology, syntax and, perhaps most notably, the interrelations between these domains.
www.amazon.com /Handbook-Morphology-Blackwell-Handbooks-Linguistics/dp/0631185445   (1367 words)

  
 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Morphology (linguistics)
As the example of "morpheme" reveals, bounded morphemes may become unbounded: "morph" has been adopted in linguistics for the phonological realization of a morpheme, and the verb "morph" was coined to describe a type of visual effect done with computers.
A morpheme may have different realizations (morphs) in different contexts.
Andrew Spencer and Arnold M. Zwicky, The Handbook of Morphology, Blackwell, 1998
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/mo/Morphology_(linguistics)   (286 words)

  
 GER G558 24991 Principles of German Morphology
Morphology is the branch of linguistics devoted to the study of word structure.
This course introduces students to the study of the morphology of Modern German within recent, mainstream generative theory, with emphasis on description, analysis, and argumentation.
Students will become familiar with central issues in morphology and the relationship between morphology and other areas of grammar, such as phonology and syntax.
www.indiana.edu /~deanfac/blfal04/ger/ger_g558_24991.html   (151 words)

  
 Oxford University Press: Understanding Morphology: Martin Haspelmath
Assuming no knowledge of the field of morphology on the part of the reader, the book presents a broad range of morphological phenomena from a wide variety of languages.
Starting with the core areas of inflection and derivation, the book presents the interfaces between morphology and syntax and between morphology and syntax and morphology and phonology.
As such this is the ideal book for both beginning students of linguistics, or anyone in a related discipline looking for a first introduction to morphology.
www.oup.com /us/catalog/general/subject/Linguistics/SyntaxMorphology/?ci=0340760257&view=usa   (275 words)

  
 Linguistics @ neuvel.net
It focuses on contrastive relations between whole words and is one of the very few truly word-based theories of morphology.
The Meaning-Text Theory (MTT), first put forward in Moscow by Zholkovskij and Mel'chuk (1965), operates on the principle that language consists in a mapping from the content or meaning (semantics) of an utterance to its form or text (phonetics).
A selection of linguistics volumes organized by categories.
www.neuvel.net /linguistics.htm   (241 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Morphology (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics) 2nd Edition: Books: Peter H. Matthews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
As in the first edition, the theoretical discussion is eclectic and critical: its scope ranges from the ancient grammarians to the work of Chomsky and his followers, the disintegration of the classical Chomskyan scheme, and the renewed standing of morphology and historical linguistics in recent years.
Unlike other introductory morphology textbooks, it places little emphasis on the latest theories of the month, focusing instead on the major problems faced in describing systematically the structure of words in various languages.
Yet at the same time, the book has historically played an important role in the development of morphology in the US during the last 30 years, by articulating the basics of the Word-and-Paradigm approach to morphology as an alternative to the traditional structuralist dichotomy (Item-and-Arrangement vs. Item-and-Process).
www.amazon.com /Morphology-Cambridge-Textbooks-Linguistics-2nd/dp/0521422566   (1181 words)

  
 Linguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Linguistic Glossary A glossary of terms used in the morphological, syntactic, and pragmatic analysis of text; includes search engine.
Linguistic Phenomena/Devices A list of some of the lesser known linguistic phenomena and devices used in English writing.
Linguistics Resources on the Internet Extensive links, including topical resources; university and other academic sites; electronic texts, dictionaries, and data; computing resources; other linguistics sites.
faculty.frostburg.edu /engl/gartner/ling.htm   (696 words)

  
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 Free Online MIT Course Materials | Linguistics and Philosophy | MIT OpenCourseWare
The research conducted by the MIT Linguistics Program strives to develop a general theory that reveals the rules and laws that govern the structure of particular languages, and the general laws and principles governing all natural languages.
The core of the program includes most of the traditional subfields of linguistics: phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and psycholinguistics, as well as questions concerning the interrelations between linguistics and other disciplines such as philosophy and logic, literary studies, the study of formal languages, acoustics, and computer science.
The Philosophy section of MIT's Department of Linguistics and Philosophy offers two undergraduate majors: one a general philosophy major, and another joint major with the linguistics section in the foundations of the study of language and mind.
ocw.mit.edu /OcwWeb/Linguistics-and-Philosophy   (384 words)

  
 Morphology Course
A second part, covering generative morphology in the 1970s and 1980s took place on 19-20 January 2001.
A critical overview of the development of linguistic theory from Bloomfield (1914) until Chomsky's Government and Binding Theory.
An overview of the development of Chomskyan linguistics from its origins to Government and Binding and some competing frameworks (Lexical-Functional Grammar and Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar); particular attention is given to generative semantics.
www.unibas.ch /LIlab/projects/wordmanager/morpho-course   (664 words)

  
 yourDictionary.com • Foreign Language Study Resources
Here are a few pages from the man who developed the very concepts of current linguistic theory.
This is the written version of a talk on morphology given as a guest lecture in Ling 615, The Nature of Language, Fall Semester 1994.
Catherine Ball of Georgetown's Linguistics Department has written a very useful script that analyzes text you put in for word (token) frequency.
www.yourdictionary.com /morph.html   (1811 words)

  
 Morphology (linguistics) Online Encyclopedia Article About Morphology (linguistics)
Morphology (linguistics) Online Encyclopedia Article About Morphology (linguistics)
In linguistics, the study of morphemes, the smallest indivisible units of meaning in the structure of a word (eg anti-lock-ing, un-worthi-ness, horse-s).
It recognizes such notions as roots, inflections, prefixes, suffixes, and compound words, and tries to establish the rules governing the way words are formed and inter-related within specific languages and language in general.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /Cambridge/entries/048/morphology-linguistics.html   (106 words)

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