Language Change and Functional Explanations

Language Change and Functional Explanations

1997 | 320 Pages | ISBN: 3110149133 | PDF | 45 MB

This collection of articles offers insights into language change as a function of communicative use. The multiple factors underlying change are described and possible explanations are adduced. It is shown that change is a function of communicative choices and their mapping onto the rule system, a mapping that is cognitively monitored.


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