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Creator
  • Csató, Éva Ágnes
Contributor
  • Isaksson, Bo
  • Jahani, Carina
Summary
The authors are outstanding scholars engaged in the study of language varieties spoken in 'convergence areas' in which speakers are multilingual in languages of at least two but sometimes all three language families. Many of the contributions present new data collected in fieldwork. The geographic area covered is Western and Central Asia where varieties of Iranian, Semitic and Turkic languages have entered into many different types of contact. The intricate linguistic contact situations demonstrate highly interesting convergence phenomena
Language
eng

Work

Publication
  • Hoboken, RoutledgeCurzon, 2012
Contents
  • Linguistic Convergence and Areal DiffusionCase Studies form Iranian, Semitic and Turkic; Copyright; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Introduction; Converging Codes in Iranian, Semitic and Turkic; Part 1: Iranian Languages; Iranian as Buffer Zone Between the Universal; Semitic in Iranian: Written, Read and Spoken; The Glottal Plosive: A Phoneme in Spoken Modern Persian or Not?; Lexical Areas and Semantic Fields of Arabic Loanwords in Persian and Beyond; Central Asian Arabic: The Irano-Arabic Dynamics of a New Perfect; Part 2: Semitic Languages
  • Linguistic Contacts in Central AsiaUzbekistan Arabic: A Language Created by Semitic-Iranian-Turkic Linguistic Convergence; Bukhara Arabic: A Metatypized Dialect of Arabic in Central Asia; On the Arabic of Arabkhane in Eastern Iran; Persian and Turkish Loans in the Arabic Dialects of North Eastern Arabia; New Linguistic Data from the Sason Area in Anatolia; The Turkish Contribution to the Arabic Lexicon; Part 3: Turkic Languages; Bilateral Code Copying in Eastern Persian and South-Eastern Turkic; Some Notes on "Mixed" Written Western Oghuz Turkic
  • Traces of Türki-yi Acemi in Pietro della Valle's Turkish Grammar (1620)Iranian Influences in Sonqor Turkic; On Copying in Kashkay; Modal Constructions in Turkic of Iran; The Strange Case of Ottoman; Adverbial Clauses in an Old Ottoman Turkish Interlinear Version of the Koran; Right-Branching vs. Left-Branching Subordinate Clauses in 16th Century Ottoman Historical Texts: Haphazard Use or Stylistic Device?; Some Remarks on the Phonological Status of Greek Loanwords in Anatolian Turkish Dialects; Part 4: Other Perspectives; Convergence of Languages on the East African Coast
  • Vowel Harmony -- Areal or Genetic?
Isbn
9780203327715

Instance

Title
Linguistic Convergence and Areal Diffusion
Title remainder
Case Studies from Iranian, Semitic and Turkic
Creator
  • Csató, Éva Ágnes
Contributor
  • Isaksson, Bo
  • Jahani, Carina
Subject
  • Areal linguistics
  • Areal linguistics
  • Central Asia
  • Languages in contact
  • Languages in contact -- Asia, Central
  • Languages in contact -- Middle East
  • Middle East
Language
eng
Summary
The authors are outstanding scholars engaged in the study of language varieties spoken in 'convergence areas' in which speakers are multilingual in languages of at least two but sometimes all three language families. Many of the contributions present new data collected in fieldwork. The geographic area covered is Western and Central Asia where varieties of Iranian, Semitic and Turkic languages have entered into many different types of contact. The intricate linguistic contact situations demonstrate highly interesting convergence phenomena
Member of
  • Ebook Central Academic Complete
Cataloging source
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Csató, Éva Ágnes
Dewey number
  • 306.44
  • 409.56
  • 409/.56
Index
no index present
LC call number
P130.52.M628L56 2005eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Isaksson, Bo
  • Jahani, Carina
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Languages in contact
  • Languages in contact
  • Areal linguistics
  • Areal linguistics
  • Languages in contact
  • Central Asia
  • Middle East
Instantiates
  • Linguistic Convergence and Areal Diffusion : Case Studies from Iranian, Semitic and Turkic
Publication
  • Hoboken, RoutledgeCurzon, 2012
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
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Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
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Content type code
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Content type MARC source
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Contents
  • Linguistic Convergence and Areal DiffusionCase Studies form Iranian, Semitic and Turkic; Copyright; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Introduction; Converging Codes in Iranian, Semitic and Turkic; Part 1: Iranian Languages; Iranian as Buffer Zone Between the Universal; Semitic in Iranian: Written, Read and Spoken; The Glottal Plosive: A Phoneme in Spoken Modern Persian or Not?; Lexical Areas and Semantic Fields of Arabic Loanwords in Persian and Beyond; Central Asian Arabic: The Irano-Arabic Dynamics of a New Perfect; Part 2: Semitic Languages
  • Linguistic Contacts in Central AsiaUzbekistan Arabic: A Language Created by Semitic-Iranian-Turkic Linguistic Convergence; Bukhara Arabic: A Metatypized Dialect of Arabic in Central Asia; On the Arabic of Arabkhane in Eastern Iran; Persian and Turkish Loans in the Arabic Dialects of North Eastern Arabia; New Linguistic Data from the Sason Area in Anatolia; The Turkish Contribution to the Arabic Lexicon; Part 3: Turkic Languages; Bilateral Code Copying in Eastern Persian and South-Eastern Turkic; Some Notes on "Mixed" Written Western Oghuz Turkic
  • Traces of Türki-yi Acemi in Pietro della Valle's Turkish Grammar (1620)Iranian Influences in Sonqor Turkic; On Copying in Kashkay; Modal Constructions in Turkic of Iran; The Strange Case of Ottoman; Adverbial Clauses in an Old Ottoman Turkish Interlinear Version of the Koran; Right-Branching vs. Left-Branching Subordinate Clauses in 16th Century Ottoman Historical Texts: Haphazard Use or Stylistic Device?; Some Remarks on the Phonological Status of Greek Loanwords in Anatolian Turkish Dialects; Part 4: Other Perspectives; Convergence of Languages on the East African Coast
  • Vowel Harmony -- Areal or Genetic?
Control code
809765256
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (389 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203327715
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)809765256
Publication
  • Hoboken, RoutledgeCurzon, 2012
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Linguistic Convergence and Areal DiffusionCase Studies form Iranian, Semitic and Turkic; Copyright; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Introduction; Converging Codes in Iranian, Semitic and Turkic; Part 1: Iranian Languages; Iranian as Buffer Zone Between the Universal; Semitic in Iranian: Written, Read and Spoken; The Glottal Plosive: A Phoneme in Spoken Modern Persian or Not?; Lexical Areas and Semantic Fields of Arabic Loanwords in Persian and Beyond; Central Asian Arabic: The Irano-Arabic Dynamics of a New Perfect; Part 2: Semitic Languages
  • Linguistic Contacts in Central AsiaUzbekistan Arabic: A Language Created by Semitic-Iranian-Turkic Linguistic Convergence; Bukhara Arabic: A Metatypized Dialect of Arabic in Central Asia; On the Arabic of Arabkhane in Eastern Iran; Persian and Turkish Loans in the Arabic Dialects of North Eastern Arabia; New Linguistic Data from the Sason Area in Anatolia; The Turkish Contribution to the Arabic Lexicon; Part 3: Turkic Languages; Bilateral Code Copying in Eastern Persian and South-Eastern Turkic; Some Notes on "Mixed" Written Western Oghuz Turkic
  • Traces of Türki-yi Acemi in Pietro della Valle's Turkish Grammar (1620)Iranian Influences in Sonqor Turkic; On Copying in Kashkay; Modal Constructions in Turkic of Iran; The Strange Case of Ottoman; Adverbial Clauses in an Old Ottoman Turkish Interlinear Version of the Koran; Right-Branching vs. Left-Branching Subordinate Clauses in 16th Century Ottoman Historical Texts: Haphazard Use or Stylistic Device?; Some Remarks on the Phonological Status of Greek Loanwords in Anatolian Turkish Dialects; Part 4: Other Perspectives; Convergence of Languages on the East African Coast
  • Vowel Harmony -- Areal or Genetic?
Control code
809765256
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (389 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203327715
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)809765256

Subject

  • Areal linguistics
  • Areal linguistics
  • Central Asia
  • Languages in contact
  • Languages in contact -- Asia, Central
  • Languages in contact -- Middle East
  • Middle East

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  • Ebook Central Academic Complete

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