Literature for examination topics §11 Introductory Works

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§22.6 Linguistic Theory
Issues The development of linguistic theory; the history of the field in the last two centuries. Indo-European studies in the 19th century. Structuralism in Europe and America. The rise of generative grammar in the 1950s. The standard theory of the 1960s and early 1970s; the theory of government and binding as of the early 1980s; minimalist views from the 1990s. Alternative proposals to generative grammar, functional-typological approaches.
Abraham, Werner et al. (eds) 1996. Minimal ideas. Syntactic studies in the minimalist framework. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Barcelona, Antonio (ed.) 2000. Metaphor and metonymy at the crossroads. A cognitive perspective. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Chomsky, Noam 1972. Language and mind. 2nd edition. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Chomsky, Noam 1982. Lectures on government and binding. Dordrecht: Foris.

Chomsky, Noam 1986. Knowledge of language. Its nature, origin and use. New York: Praeger.

Chomsky, Noam 1990. The minimalist program. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Chomsky, Noam 2000. The architecture of language. Oxford: University Press.

Crain, Stephen and Diane Lillo-Martin 1999. An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Croft, William and Alan Cruse 2003. Cognitive linguistics. Cambridge: University Press.

Culicover, Peter W. 1997. Principles and parameters. An introduction to syntactic theory. Oxford: University Press.

Dekkers, Joost, Frank van der Leeuw and Jeroen van de Weijer (ed.) 2000. Optimality theory. Phonology, syntax and acquisition. Oxford: University Press.

Hornstein, Norbert 1999. Minimalist analysis. Oxford: Blackwell.

Jackendoff, Ray 1977. X-bar syntax. A study of phrase structure. Linguistic Inquiry Monograph, 2 Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Jansen, Theo and Gisela Redeker (eds) 2000. Cognitive linguistics. Foundations, scope, methodology. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Kager, René 1999. Optimality theory. Cambridge: University Press.

Kirby, Simon 1999. Function, selection, and innateness. The emergence of language universals. Oxford: University Press.

Langacker, Ronald W. 2000. Grammar and conceptualization. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Lee, Penny 1996. The Whorf theory complex. A critical reconstruction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

McGilvray, James 1999. Chomsky. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Otero, Carlos P. 1995. Chomsky’s revolution. Cognitivism and anarchism. Oxford: Blackwell.

Pinker, Steven 1994. The language instinct. The new science of language and mind. London: Allen Lane.

Ungerer, Friedrich and Hans-Jörg Schmid 1996. An introduction to cognitive linguistics. London: Longman.

Taylor, John R. 2002. Cognitive grammar. Oxford: University Press.
§22.7 Semantics
Issues Defining meaning; sense and denotation; lexical grammatical, sentence and utterance meaning; homonymy and polysemy; grammaticality and acceptability; propositional content and truth-conditional semantics; componential analysis; prototype theory; etymology.
Aitchison, Jean 2002. Words in the mind. An introduction to the mental lexicon. 3rd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Chandler, Daniel 2001. Semiotics. The basics. London: Routledge.

Cruse, D. Alan. 1986. Lexical semantics. Cambridge, University Press.

Cruse, Alan 2000. Meaning in language. An introduction to semantics and pragmatics. Oxford: University Press.

Goddard, Cliff 1998. Semantic analysis. A practical introduction. Oxford: University Press.

Griffiths, Patrick 2004. An introduction to English semantics and pragmatics. Edinburgh: University Press.

Kearns, Katherine 2000. Semantics. London: Macmillan.

Kortmann, Bernd and Sebastian Loebner 1999. Understanding semantics. London: Arnold.

Kreidler, Charles W. 1998. Introducing English semantics. London: Routledge.

Lyons, John. 1995. Linguistic semantics. Cambridge: University Press.

Miller, Jim 1985. Semantics and syntax. Parallels and connections. Cambridge: University Press.

Saeed, John I. 2003. Semantics. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

§22.8 Pragmatics
Issues Different kinds of pragmatics; speech acts, illocutionary and perlocutionary force; discourse and text; reference and deixis; conversational analysis, implicatures; registers and styles of language.
Clark, Herbert H. 1996. Using language. Cambridge: University Press.

Cummings, Louise 2004. Pragmatics. A multidisciplinary perspective. Edinburgh: University Press.

Cutting, Joan 2002. Pragmatics and discourse. A resource book for students. London: Routledge.

Leech, Geoffrey 1983. Principles of pragmatics. London: Longmans.

Mey, Jacob L. 1998. Concise encyclopedia of pragmatics. Oxford: Pergamon.

Mey, Jacob L. 2001. Pragmatics. An introduction. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Schiffrin, Deborah, Deborah Tannen and Heidi E. Hamilton (eds) 2003. The handbook of discourse analysis. Oxford: Blackwell.

Schiffrin, Deborah 1993. Approaches to discourse. Language as social interaction. Oxford: Blackwell.

Sweetser, Eve 1990. From etymology to pragmatics. Cambridge: University Press.
§22.9 The philosophy of language
Audi, Robert 1999. The Cambridge dictionary of philosophy. 2nd edition. Cambridge: University Press.

Blackburn, Simon 1994. The Oxford dictionary of philosophy. Oxford: University Press.

Chapman, Siobhan and Christopher Routledge (eds) 2005. Key thinkers in linguistics and the philosophy of language. Edinburgh: University Press.

Guttenplan, Samuel 2000. Mind’s landscape. An introduction to the philolsophy of mind. Oxford: Blackwell.

Nye, Andrea (ed.) 1998. Philosophy of language. The big questions. Oxford: Blackwell.

Taylor, Kenneth 1997. Truth and meaning. An introduction to the philosophy of language. Oxford: Blackwell.

§13 Areas and Applications
§23.1 Psycholinguistics
Issues Main schools of thought: nativism versus behaviourism; innateness, the Language Acquisition Device; recent views on Universal Grammar, parameter setting; the stages of language acquisition; acquisition of linguistic levels. Relationship to second language acquisition. Structure of the brain; possible location of language faculties. Language pathology and clinical linguistics. Aphasia, different types and their linguistic consequences. Remedial treatment for affected individuals.
Aitchison, Jean 1992. Introducing language and mind. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Aitchison, Jean 2003. A glossary of language and mind. Edinburgh: University Press.

Albert, M. and Loraine K. Obler 1978. The bilingual brain. New York: Academic Press.

Atkinson, Rita L. et al. 1993. Introduction to psychology. 11th edition. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Bechtel, William and George Graham (eds) 1998. A companion to cognitive science. Oxford: Blackwell.

Bolhuis, Johan J. (ed.) 2000. Brain, perception, memory. Advances in cognitive neuroscience. Oxford: University Press.

Branquinho, Joao (ed.) 2001. The foundations of cognitive science. Oxford: Oxford.

Crain, Stephen and Diane Lillo-Martin 1998. Language and mind. Oxford: Blackwell.

Dabrowska, Ewa 2004. Language, mind and brain. Edinburgh: University Press.

Garman, Michael 1990. Psycholinguistics. Cambridge: University Press.

Gernsbacher, Morton Ann (ed.) 1994. Handbook of psycholinguistics. San Diego: Academic Press.

Glucksberg, Sam 2001. Understanding figurative language. Oxford: University Press.

Gregory, Richard L. (ed.) 1987. The Oxford companion to the mind. Oxford: University Press.

Lee, David 2002. Cognitive linguistics. An introduction. Oxford: University Press.

Nuyts, Jan and Eric Pederson (eds) 1997. Language and conceptualization. Cambridge: University Press.

Obler, Loraine K. and Kris Gjerlow 1999. Language and the brain. Cambridge: University Press.

Pinker, Steven 1999. Words and rules: The ingredients of language. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson.

Robinson, Daniel (ed.) 1998. The mind. Oxford: University Press.

Scovel, Thomas 1998. Psycholinguistics. Oxford: University Press.

Steinberg, Danny 1993. An introduction to psycholinguistics. London: Longman.

§23.2 First Language Acquisition
Bates, Elizabeth and Michael Tomasello (eds) 2001. Language development. The essential readings. Oxford: Blackwell.

Briscoe, Ted (ed.) 2002. Linguistic evolution through language acquisition. Cambridge: University Press.

Broeder, Peter and Jaap Murre (eds) 2000. Models of language acquisition. Inductive and deductive approaches. Oxford: University Press.

Burmeister, Petra, Thorsten Piske and Andreas Rohde 2002. An integrated view of language development. Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

Chomsky, Carol 1969. The acquisition of syntax in children from 5 to 10. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Clark, Eve 2002. Language acquisition. Cambridge: University Press.

Crain, Stephen and Diane Lillo-Martin (eds) 1998. An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Fletcher, Paul and Brian MacWhinney (eds) 1994. The handbook of child language. Oxford: Blackwell.

Fletcher, Paul 1999. Understanding child language acquisition. London: Arnold.

Hannahs, S. J. and Martha Young-Scholten (eds) 1998. Focus on phonological acquisition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Hirsh-Pasek, Kathy and Roberta Michnick-Golinkoff 1996. The origins of grammar. Evidence from early language comprehension. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Lebeaux, David 2000. Language acquistion and the form of grammar. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Lee, Victor and Prajna Das Gupta 1995. Children’s cognitive and language development. Oxford: Blackwell.

Lust, Barbara C. and Claire Foley (eds) 2003. First language acquisition. The essential readings. Oxford: Blackwell.

MacWhinney, Brian (ed.) 1999. The emergence of language. Mahwah, NJ: Lauwrence Erlbaum.

Rutherford, William 1997. A workbook in the structure of English. Linguistic principles and language acquisition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Seliger, Herbert W. and Robert M. Vago (eds) 1991. First language attrition. Cambridge: University Press.

Vihman, Marilyn May 1995. Phonological development. The origins of language in the child. Oxford: Blackwell.

§23.3 Second Language Acquisition
Archibald, John (ed.) 1999. Second language acquisition and linguistic theory. Oxford: Blackwell.

Bayley, Robert and Dennis R. Preston (eds) 1996. Second Language Acquisition and Linguistic Variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Clyne, Michael (ed.) 1981. Foreigner talk. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, Vol. 28 Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Cotterall, Sara and David Crabbe 1999. Learner autonomy in language learning: Defining the field and effecting change. Frankfurt: Lang.

Doughty, Catherine J. and Micahel H. Long (eds) 2003. The handbook of second language acquisition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Ellis, Rod 1997. Second language acquisition. Oxford: University Press.

McNamara, Tim 2000. Language testing. Oxford: University Press.

Ritchie, William C. and Tej K. Bhatia (eds) 1996. Handbook of second language acquisition. London: Academic Press.

Singleton, David 1999. Exploring the second language mental lexicon. Cambridge: University Press.

Towell, Richard and Roger Hawkins 1995. Approaches to second language acquisition. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

White, Lydia 2003. Second language acquisition and universal grammar. Cambridge: University Press.
§23.4 Applied Linguistics
Bache, Carl and Niels Davidsen-Nielsen 1997. Mastering English. An advanced grammar for non-native and native speakers. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Davies, Alan 1999. An introduction to applied linguistics. From practice to theory. Edinburgh: University Press.

Davies, Alan 2004. A glossary of applied linguistics. Edinburgh: University Press.

Howatt, A. P. and Henry G. Widdowson 2004. A history of English language teaching. 2nd edition. Oxford: University Press.

Johnson, Keith and Helen Johnson (eds) 1998. The encyclopedic dictionary of applied linguistics. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Klinge, Alex 1998. Mastering English. A student’s workbook and guide. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Kaplan, Robert B. (ed.) 2002. The Oxford handbook of applied linguistics. Oxford: University Press.
§23.5 Language Pathology
Ball, Martin J. and M. Duckworth (eds) 1996. Advances in clinical phonetics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Chiat, Shula 2000. Understanding children with language problems. Cambridge: University Press.

Crystal, David 1984. An introduction to language pathology. London: Edward Arnold.

Grunwell, Pamela 1987. Clinical phonology. 2nd edition. London: Chapman and Hall.

Lesser, Ruth and Lesley Milroy 1993. Linguistics and aphasia. Psycholinguistic and pragmatic aspects of intervention. London: Longman.

Stemmer, Brigitte (ed.) 1998. Handbook of neurolinguistics. London: Academic Press.

§23.6 Sociolinguistics
Issues Standard, vernacular and dialect; Urban sociolects; Techniques of data collection and analysis; Social variables; Insights into language change; Bilingualism, diglossia, code-switching; Language planning; Ethnolinguistics: Language and culture; the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis.
Ammon, Ulrich, Norbert Dittmar and Klaus-Jürgen Mattheier (eds) 1987. Sociolinguistics - Soziolinguistik. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Barbour, Stephen 2000. Language and nationalism in Europe. Oxford: University Press.

Barbour, Stephen and Cathie Carmichael (eds) 2002. Language and nationalism in Europe. Oxford: University Press.

Barlow, Michael and Suzanne Kemmer (eds) 2000. Usage-based models of language. Cambridge: University Press.

Bauer, Laurie and Peter Trudgill (eds) 1998. Language myths. New York: Penguin.

Biber, Douglas and Edward Finnegan (eds) 1994. Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Register. New York: Oxford University Press.

Blommaert, Jan (ed.) 1999. Language ideological debates. Berlin: Mouton-de Gruyter.

Boxer, Diana 2002. Applying sociolinguistics. Domains and face-to-face interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Brenzinger, Matthias (ed.) 2001. Language diversity endangered. Berlin: Mouton-de Gruyter.

Chambers, J. K. 2003. Sociolinguistic theory. Linguistic variation and its social significance. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Cheshire, Jenny and Dieter Stein (eds) 1997. Taming the vernacular. From dialect to written standard language. London: Longman.

Coulmas, Florian (ed.) 1996. The handbook of sociolinguistics. Oxford: Blackwell.

Deuchar, Margaret and Suzanne Quay 2001. Bilingual acquisition. Theoretical implications of a case study. Oxford: University Press.

Döpke, Susanne 1992. One parent - one language. An interactional approach. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Downes, William 1998. Language and society. Cambridge: University Press.

Eastman, Carol M. (ed.) 1992. Codeswitching. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Eckert, Penelope 2000. Linguistic Variation as Social Practice. Oxford: Blackwell.

Eckert, Penelope and John R. Rickford (eds) 2002. Style and sociolinguistic variation. Cambridge: University Press.

Field, Fredric W. 2002. Linguistic borrowing in bilingual contexts. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Gibbons, John 2003. Forensic linguistics. An introduction to language in the justice system. Oxford: Blackwell.

Giles, Howard, Justine Coupland and Nikolas Coupland (eds) 1991. Contexts of accommodation. Developments in applied sociolinguistics. Cambridge: University Press.

Grenoble, Lenore A. and Lindsay J. Whaley 1998. Endangered languages. Current issues and future propects. Cambridge: University Press.

Haugen, Einar, J. Derrick McClure and Derrick Thomson (eds) 1981. Minority languages today. Edinburgh: University Press.

Hellinger, Marlis and Ulrich Ammon (eds) 1996. Contrastive sociolinguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Johnstone, Barbara 2000. Qualitative methods in sociolinguistics. Oxford: University Press.

Kaplan, R. B. and R. B. Baldauf 1997. Language planning: from practice to theory. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Labov, William 1966. The social stratification of English in New York City. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics.

Labov, William 1972. Language in the inner city. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Labov, William 1972. Sociolinguistic patterns. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Labov, William 1994. Principles of linguistic change, Vol.1: Internal factors. Oxford: Blackwell.

Labov, William 2001. Principles of linguistic change. Vol. 2: Social factors. Oxford: Blackwell.

Levine, Robert D. and Georgia M. Green (eds) 2000. Studies in contemporary phrase structure grammar. Cambridge: University Press.

Linn, Andrew R. and Nicola McLelland (eds) 2002. Standardization. Studies from the Germanic language. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Lippi-Green, Rosina 1997. English with an accent. Language, ideology and discrimination in the United States. London: Routledge.

Mesthrie, Rajend et al. (eds) 2000. Introducing sociolinguistics. Edinburgh: University Press.

Mesthrie, Rajend (ed.) 2001. A concise encyclopedia of sociolinguistics. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Milroy, James 1992. Linguistic variation and change. On the historical sociolinguistics of English. Oxford: Blackwell.

Milroy, James and Lesley Milroy 1998. Authority in language. Investigating language standardisation and prescription. 3rd edition. London: Routledge.

Milroy, Lesley 1987. Language and social networks. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Milroy, Lesley 1987. Observing and analysing natural language. Oxford: Blackwell.

Montgomery, Martin 1995. An introduction to language and society. London: Routledge.

Mugglestone, Lynda 2003. ‘Talking Proper’. The rise of accent as social symbol. 2nd edition. Oxford: University Press.

Muysken, Pieter and Lesley Milroy (eds) 1995. One speaker, two languages. Cross-disciplinary perspectives on code-switching. Cambridge: University Press.

Muysken, Pieter 2000. Bilingual speech. A typology of code-mixing. Cambridge: University Press.

Myers-Scotton, Carol (ed.) 1998. Codes and consequences. Choosing linguistic varieties. Oxford: University Press.

Nicol, Janet (ed.) 2000. One mind, two language. Bilingual language processing. Oxford: Blackwell.

Paulston, Christina Bratt and G. Richart Tucker (eds) 2003. Sociolinguistics. The essential readings. Oxford: Blackwell.

Piller, Ingrid 2002. Bilingual couples talk. The discursive construction of hybridity. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Pütz, Martin (ed.) 1997. Language choices. Conditions, constraints, and consequences. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Pütz, Martin and Marjolijn Verspoor (eds) 2000. Explorations in linguistic relativityAmsterdam: John Benjamins.

Romaine, Suzanne 2000. Language in society. An introduction to sociolinguistics. 2nd edition. Oxford: University Press.

Schmid, Carol L. 2001. The politics of language. Conflict,identity and cultural pluralism in comparative perspective. Oxford: Blackwell.

Spolsky, Bernard 1998. Sociolinguistics. Oxford: University Press.

Stockwell, Peter 2002. Sociolinguistics. A resource book for students. London: Routledge.

Swann, Joan, Ana Deumert, Theresa Lillis and Rajend Mesthrie. 2004. A dictionary of sociolinguistics. Edinburgh: University Press.

Trudgill, Peter 2002. Sociolinguistic variation and change. Edinburgh: University Press.

Trudgill, Peter 2003. A glossary of sociolinguistics. Edinburgh: University Press.

Wardhaugh, Ronald 2001. An introduction to sociolinguistics. 4th edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Wardhaugh, Ronald 1999. Proper English. Myths and misunderstandings about language. Oxford: Blackwell.

Williams, Colin H. 1994. Called unto liberty! On language and nationalism. Clevedon: Multilingual Matter.

§23.7 Bilingualism
Bialystok, Ellen 2001. Bilingualism in development. Language, literacy, and cognition. Cambridge: University Press.

Hamers, Josiane F. and Michel Blanc 2000. Biliguality and bilingualism. 2nd edition. Cambridge: University Press.

Hoffmann, Charlotte 1991. An introduction to bilingualism. London: Longman.

Hyltenstam, Kenneth and Loraine K. Obler (eds) 1989. Bilingualism across the lifespan. Aspects of acquisition, maturity and loss. Cambridge: University Press.

Jessner, Ulrike 2004. Linguistic awareness in multilinguals. Edinburgh: University Press.

Lanza, Elizabeth 1997. Language mixing in infant bilingualism. A sociolinguistic perspective. Oxford: University Press.

Romaine, Suzanne 1994. Bilingualism. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.
§23.8 Anthropology
Barfield, Thomas (ed.) 1997. The dictionary of anthropology. Oxford: Basel Blackwell.

Beals, Ralph L. and Harry Hoijer 1965. An introduction to anthropology. New York: Macmillan.

Duranti, Alessandro 1997. Linguistic anthropology. Cambridge: University Press.

Duranti, Alessandro 2001. Key terms in language and culture. Oxford: Blackwell.

Enfield, N. J. (eds) 2002. Ethnosyntax. Explorations in grammar and culture. Oxford: University Press.

Foley, William 1997. Anthropological linguistics. An introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.

Kress, Gunther 1996. Before writing. Rethinking paths to literacy. London: Routledge.

Nettle, Daniel 1999. Linguistic diversity. Oxford. University Press:

Nettle, Daniel and Suzanne Romaine 2000. Vanishing voices. The extinction of the world’s languages. Oxford: University Press.

Pütz, Martin and René Dirven (eds) 1996. The construal of space in language and thought. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Renfrew, Colin 1987. Archaeology and Language. The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins. London: Jonathan Cape.

Salzmann, Zdenek 1993. Language, culture, and society. An introduction to linguistic anthropology. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

Saville-Troike, Muriel 2002. The ethnography of communication. 3rd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Schieffelin, Bambi B., Kathryn A. Woolard and Paul V. Kroskrity (eds) 1998. Language ideologies. Practice and theory. Oxford: University Press.

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