Form, meaning and function in theoretical and applied linguistics /

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Imprint:Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017.
Description:x, 218 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Subject:Applied linguistics.
Applied linguistics.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Drabikowska, Karolina, editor.
Izdebska, Marietta, editor.
Prażmowska, Anna, editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword
  • Contributors
  • Part I. Theoretical Linguistics
  • Chapter 1. Bangor Welsh Diphthongs as Right-Headed Structures: Reducing Ambivalency
  • Chapter 2. Polish Palatalization as Element Addition
  • Chapter 3. The Appeal of -ing in the Creation of Anglicised Forms in Polish and Other Languages: A Cognitive Perspective
  • Chapter 4. Wordplay and Hidden Sense Relations
  • Chapter 5. Degrees of Externality and Dative Case Selection in Dative Reflexive Construction in Polish
  • Chapter 6. On Lexical Convergence between Middle English, Middle French and Anglo-Norman Psalters
  • Part II. Applied Linguistics
  • Chapter 7. Language Acquisition in Bilinguals: To Make or Not to Make Your Child a Bilingual
  • Chapter 8. Applying the Relevance Theoretic Understanding of Concepts to the Pursuit of Transparency of Meaning in Psychotherapy
  • Chapter 9. Political Scandals and Impoliteness: The Polish "Amber Gold" Affair in Talk Shows
  • Chapter 10. The Role of Translation Studies in Video Game Localization
  • Index