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Formelhafte (Ir-)Regularitaeten

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Book Series: Sprache - System und Taetigkeit ISBN: 9783653956351 9783653956368 9783631668467 Year: Pages: 561 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: Languages and Literatures --- Linguistics
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Das Buch thematisiert phraseologische Irregularitäten, also Phraseme, die strukturelle oder semantische Abweichungen gegenüber dem freien Sprachgebrauch aufweisen. Der Autor zeigt systematisch deren Vielfalt auf, wertet ihren tatsächlichen Gebrauch mithilfe von Korpusanalysen aus und reflektiert ihre Spezifika aus sprachnorm- und sprachwandeltheoretischer sowie konstruktionsgrammatischer Perspektive. Er kommt zu dem Ergebnis, dass phraseologische Irregularitäten innerhalb der Phraseologie beziehungsweise der formelhaften Sprache keine Randstellung einnehmen. Ihr irregulärer Charakter muss daher aus verschiedenen Blickrichtungen relativiert werden.

Formulaic Language and New Data. Theoretical and Methodological Implications

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Book Series: Formelhafte Sprache / Formulaic Language ISBN: 9783110669824 Year: Volume: 3 Pages: 285 DOI: 10.1515/9783110669824 Language: English
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: Linguistics
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The existence of formulaic patterns has been attested to all languages of the world. However, systematic research in this field has been focused on only a few European standard languages with a rich literary tradition and a high degree of written norm. It was on the basis of these data that the theoretical framework and methodological approaches were developed.The volume shifts this focus by centering the investigation on new data, including data from lesser-used languages and dialects, extra-european languages, linguistic varieties mostly used in spoken domains as well as at previous historical stages of language development. Their inclusion challenges the existing postulates at both a theoretical and methodological level.Areas of interest include the following questions: What is formulaic in these types of languages, varieties and dialects? Are the criteria developed within the framework of phraseological research applicable to new data? Can any specific types of formulaic patterns and/or any specific features of regular (already known) types of formulaic patterns be observed and how do they emerge? What methodological difficulties need to be overcome when dealing with new data?

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