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Testo. Dialogo. Traduzione. Per una analisi del tedesco tra codici e varietà

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Book Series: Biblioteca di Studi di Filologia Moderna ISBN: 9788864530109 Year: DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_341477 Language: Italian
Publisher: Firenze University Press
Subject: Linguistics
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"Testo. Dialogo. Traduzione. Per una analisi del tedesco tra codici e varietà" applies the terminology and methods of various subfields addressing textual analysis in German, namely textual linguistics, semiotics, pragmatics, speech linguistics and linguistic psychology, which are brought together in this study to attempt to develop, along with the specific research, a methodology for the science of the text in its general characteristics. Some translations of the nineteenth-century humorist Wilhelm Busch, the Italian version of a key test of the Bauhaus and the transcription of the TV electoral duel of 2005 between Angela Merkel and Helmut Schröder illustrate the broad chronological and typological spectrum of the investigation.

Loan Phonology

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ISBN: 9789027248237 9789027288967 Year: DOI: 10.1075/cilt.307 Language: English
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 102058
Subject: Linguistics
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For many different reasons, speakers borrow words from other languages to fill gaps in their own lexical inventory. The past ten years have been characterized by a great interest among phonologists in the issue of how the nativization of loanwords occurs. The general feeling is that loanword nativization provides a direct window for observing how acoustic cues are categorized in terms of the distinctive features relevant to the L1 phonological system as well as for studying L1 phonological processes in action and thus to the true synchronic phonology of L1. The collection of essays presented in this volume provides an overview of the complex issues phonologists face when investigating this phenomenon and, more generally, the ways in which unfamiliar sounds and sound sequences are adapted to converge with the native language’s sound pattern. This book is of interest to theoretical phonologists as well as to linguists interested in language contact phenomena.

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