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Oxford Handbook of Arabic Linguistics (Jonathan Owens (ed)) Hardcover Book, (Oxford University Press, 2013) 9780199764136
Oxford Handbook of Arabic Linguistics (Jonathan Owens (ed)) Hardcover Book, (Oxford University Press, 2013) 9780199764136
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Title: The Oxford Handbook of Arabic Linguistics

Author: Owens, Jonathan (ed)

Publisher: Oxford University Press; Publication Date: 2013

Hardcover; ISBN: 9780199764136

Volumes: 1; Pages: 624

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Arabic is one of the world's largest languages, spoken natively by nearly 300 million people. By strength of numbers alone Arabic is one of our most important languages, studied by scholars across many different academic fields and cultural settings. It is, however, a complex language rooted in its own tradition of scholarship, constituted of varieties each imbued with unique cultural values and characteristic linguistic properties. Understanding its linguistics holistically is therefore a challenge.The Oxford Handbook of Arabic Linguistics is a comprehensive, one-volume guide that deals with all major research domains which have been developed within Arabic linguistics. Chapters are written by leading experts in the field, who both present state-of-the-art overviews and develop their own critical perspectives. The Handbook begins with Arabic in its Semitic setting and ends with the modern dialects; it ranges across the traditional - the classical Arabic grammatical and lexicographical traditions--to the contemporary--Arabic sociolinguistics, Creole varieties and codeswitching, psycholinguistics, and Arabic as a second language - while situating Arabic within current phonetic, phonological, morphological, syntactic and lexicological theory. An essential reference work for anyone working within Arabic linguistics, the book brings together different approaches and scholarly traditions, and provides analysis of current trends and directions for future research.Table of Contents1. A house of sound structure, of marvelous form and proportion: An Introduction, Jonathan Owens2. Phonetics, Mohamed Embarki3. Phonology, Sam Hellmuth4. Morphology, Robert Ratcliffe, 5. Arabic Linguistic Tradition I: NaHw and Sarf, Ramzi Baalbaki6. The Syntax of Arabic from a Generative Perspective, Elabbas Benmamoun and Lina Choueiri7. The Philological Approach to Arabic Grammar, Lutz Edzard8. The Arabic Linguistic Tradition II: Beyond Grammar, Pierre Larcher9. Issues in Arabic Computational Linguistics, Everhard Ditters10. Sociolinguistics, Enam Al-Wer11. Arabic Folk Linguistics: Between Mother-tongue and Native Language, Yasir Suleiman12. Orality, Culture and Language, Clive Holes13. Dialects and Dialectology, Peter Behnstedt and Manfred Woidich14. Codeswitching and Codemixing Involving Arabic, Abdelali Bentahila, Eirlys Davies, and Jonathan Owens15. Borrowing, Maarten Kossmann16. Psycholinguistics, Sami Boudelaa17. Arabic Second Language Acquisition, Karin Ryding18. The Arabic Writing System, Peter Daniels19. What is Arabic?, Jan Retso20. History, Jonathan Owens21. The Arabic Literary Language: The NahDa (and Beyond), Daniel Newman22. Creoles and Pidgins, Mauro Tosco and Stefano Manfredi23. Lexicography in the Classical Era, Solomon Sara, Georgetown University24. Modern Lexicography, Tim Buckwalter and Dilworth Parkinson
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