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Laurie Bauer is Professor of Linguistics at Victoria University of Wellington. His books include English Word-formation (CUP 1983), Introducing Linguistic Morphology (2nd edn EUP 2003), Morphological Productivity (CUP 2001) and A Glossary of Morphology (EUP 2004). He is one of the editors of the journal Word Structure.
Rochelle Lieber is Professor of Linguistics at the University of New Hampshire and author of Deconstructing Morphology (Chicago 1992), Morphology and Lexical Semantics (CUP 2004), and Introducing Morphology (CUP 2009). She is co-editor with Pavol Stekauer of the Oxford Handbooks of Compounding and Derivational Morphology (OUP 2009 and 2013).
Ingo Plag is Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Siegen. His books include Morphological Productivity (Mouton de Gruyter 1999) and Word-formation in English (CUP 2003). He is co-editor of the journal Morphology.
Table of Contents
Part I - Introduction 1: Aims and Structures 2: Basic principles: terminology 3: Basic principles: methods 4: Orthography Part II - Inflection 5: Verb inflection 6: Adjective and adverb inflection 7: Noun inflection 8: Function words: pronouns, determiners, why-forms, deictics Part III - Derivation 9: Derivation: phonological considerations 10: Derived nouns: event, state, result 11: Derived nouns: personal and participant 12: Derived nouns: quality, collective, and other abstracts 13: Derived verbs 14: Derived adjectives 15: Derived adverbs 16: Locatives of time and space 17: Negatives 18: Size, quantity, and attitude Part IV Compounding 19: Compounds: formal considerations 20: Compounds: semantic considerations Part V Interaction 21: Combination of affixes 22: Affi xation on compounds and phrases 23: Paradigmatic processes Part VI Themes 24: Inflection versus derivation 25: The analysis and limits of conversion 26: Blocking, competition, and productivity 27: The nature of stratifi cation 28: English morphology in a typological perspective 29: English morphology and theories of morphology References Index of affixes and other formatives Index of names Index of subjects Part I Introduction Part II Inflection Part III Derivation Part IV Compounding Part V Interaction Part VI Typological and Theoretical Perspectives References Indexes of Subjects, Affixes, and Names