Erscheinungsdatum: 11.10.2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Agreement, case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains, Redaktion: Franco, Ludovico // Marchis Moreno, Mihaela // Reeve, Matthew, Verlag: Language Science Press // Freie Universitt Berlin, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Sprachwissenschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 372, Informationen: HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 874 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 11.10.2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Agreement, case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains, Redaktion: Franco, Ludovico // Marchis Moreno, Mihaela // Reeve, Matthew, Verlag: Language Science Press, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Sprachwissenschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 372, Informationen: HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 874 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Agreement case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains ab 45 € als gebundene Ausgabe: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaft,
Agreement case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains ab 45 EURO
This book demonstrates the utility of process based practices to enrich the language skills, namely, reading, writing and spelling skills of the learners in 4 Municipal mainstreamed schools across the suburbs of Mumbai. The learners were tested to probe their understanding of the 10 domains - Grapheme Phoneme Association, Verbal Visual conditioning, Verbal memory, Listening Comprehension, Cognitive Abilities, Copy Writing, Phonemic Synthesis, Semantics, Syntax Closure, Receptive Language and Expressive Language. Implications for the appropriateness of the Process based practices for an effective education, for the learners are discussed. Overall the findings support the superiority of this process based instruction.
This study intended to investigate whether Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), namely Asperger s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), could be discriminated with respect to their neuropsychological profiles of executive function, attention and autistic traits. A further question was whether adults with ASD and comorbid AD/HD performed worse than adults with ASD or AD/HD alone. Several neuropsychological tests were conducted to cover these domains, controlling for gender, age and general crystallized intelligence. Concerning verbal fluency, performance of adults with ASD could be discriminated from that of adults with AD/HD. In general, it was indicated that comorbid ASD and AD/HD compensated deficits of each other, except for the executive function of cognitive flexibility, which showed additive deficiencies. Consideration of both disorders is essential to the implementation of effective treatments. However, the heterogeneity of these and previous results shows that neuropsychological assessment is useful for evaluating performance of individuals rather than for general differential diagnosis of ASD and AD/HD.
This book focuses on the construction of meaning within the framework of cross-gender talk-in-interaction among Romanian language speaking participants and aims at identifying the importance of the variable of gender in the determination of different conversational styles for men and women. It includes an ample inquiry into language and gender, linguistic sexism and stereotyping, an extensive survey of traditional and most recent views of feminism. Following a case-study using the Conversation Analysis and Critical Discourse Analysis approaches, the conclusion is that, although there are recurrent features, such as conflict talk for male speakers and cooperative verbal interaction for female speakers, generalizations regarding the variable of gender are impossible when analysing conversational styles. The findings of this research might be of help for both Romanian and other language scholars belonging to a multiplicity of domains such as linguistics, sociology, psychology, who are interested in the male/female interactional construction of meaning.
The ability to communicate through writing with people from other countries with different cultures through foreign languages has been a concern for man during the history. Many devices, such as substitution, ellipsis, and discourse marker contribute to the cohesion and coherence of a piece of discourse.This book is an attempt to investigate the effect of instruction of discourse markers on EFL learners' narrative writing.Discourse markers (DMs) are a group of linguistic items functioning within cognitive, expressive, social, and textual domains (Schiffrin,2001).Theoretically speaking, DMs are verbal and, at times, non-verbal devices which contribute to the integrity of the discourse (Schiffrin,1987).As far as writing is concerned, the lack or inappropriate use of DMs in an L2 would hinder successful communication or might lead to the lack of comprehension.One interesting and important area of research in second language writing is to see how DMs are used by L2 students.As the construction of a narrative text consists of narrative clauses and the clauses must be connected as coherent as possible,we need toknow how to use discourse markers in order to have coherent narrative text.
This collection of original papers is a representative survey of recent theoretical and cross-linguistic work on reciprocity and reflexivity. Its most remarkable feature isits combination offormal approaches, case studies on individual languages and broad typological surveys in one volume, showing that the interaction of formal approaches to grammar and typology may lead to new insights and results for both fields. Among the major issues addressed in this volume are the following: How can our current knowledge about the space and limits of variation in the relevant domain be captured in a structural typology of reciprocity? What light can such a typology shed on the facts of particular languages or groups of languages (e.g. Austronesian)? How can recent descriptive and typological insights be incorporated into a revised and more adequate version of the Binding Theory? How do verbal semantics, argument structure and reciprocal markers interact? How can we explain the pervasive patterns of ambiguity observable in these two domains, especially the use of the same forms both as reflexive and reciprocal markers? What are the major sources in the historical development of reciprocal markers? This combination of large-scale typological surveys with in-depth studies of particular languages provides new answers to old questions and raises important new questions for future research.