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Sussex&Cubberley - The Slavic Languages, Książki, Językoznawstwo, Słowianie

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THESLAVICLANGUAGES
TheSlavicgroupoflanguages–thefourthlargestIndo-Europeansub-
group–isoneofthemajorlanguagefamiliesofthemodernworld.With
297millionspeakers,Slaviccomprises13languagessplitintothreegroups:
SouthSlavic,whichincludesBosnian,SerbianandCroatian;EastSlavic,
whichincludesRussianandUkrainian;andWestSlavic,whichincludes
Polish,CzechandSlovak.Thisbook,writtenbytwoleadingscholarsin
Slaviclinguistics,presentsasurveyofallaspectsofthelinguisticstructure
oftheSlaviclanguages,consideringinparticularthoselanguagesthat
enjoyofficialstatus.Aswellascoveringthecentralissuesofphonology,
morphology,syntax,word-formation,lexicologyandtypology,theauthors
discussSlavicdialects,sociolinguisticissuesandthesocio-historicalevolu-
tionoftheSlaviclanguages.
Accessiblywrittenandcomprehensiveinitscoverage,thisbookwillbe
welcomedbyscholarsandstudentsofSlaviclanguages,aswellasby
linguistsacrossthemanybranchesofthediscipline.
ROLANDSUSSEX
isProfessorofAppliedLanguageStudiesatthe
UniversityofQueensland,andformerlyProfessorofRussianatthe
UniversityofMelbourne.Hehastaughtawidevarietyofcoursesin
linguisticsandappliedlanguagestudies,includingthelinguisticdescrip-
tionoftheSlaviclanguages.HehaspreviouslypublishedABibliography
ofComputer-AidedLanguageLearning(withDavidBradleyandGraham
Scott,1986),andComputers,LanguageLearningandLanguageTeaching
(withKhurshidAhmad,MargaretRogersandGrevilleCorbett,
CambridgeUniversityPress,1985).
PAULCUBBERLEY
wasSeniorResearchFellowinLinguisticsatthe
UniversityofMelbourneuntil2001,andwaspreviouslyHeadof
Russianthere.HehasalsotaughtCzech,Polish,OldChurchSlavonic,
comparativeSlavoniclinguisticsandthehistoryoftheRussianlanguage.
HispreviouspublicationsincludeTheSuprasegmentalFeaturesinSlavonic
PhoneticTypology(1980),andmostrecentlyRussian:aLinguistic
Introduction(CambridgeUniversityPress,2002).
CAMBRIDGELANGUAGESURVEYS
Generaleditors
P.Austin(UniversityofLondon)
J.Bresnan(StanfordUniversity)
B.Comrie(MaxPlanckInstituteforEvolutionaryAnthropology,Leipzig)
S.Crain(UniversityofMaryland)
W.Dressler(UniversityofVienna)
C.Ewen(UniversityofLeiden)
R.Lass(UniversityofCapeTown)
D.Lightfoot(UniversityofMaryland)
K.Rice(UniversityofToronto)
I.Roberts(UniversityofCambridge)
S.Romaine(UniversityofOxford)
N.V.Smith(UniversityCollege,London)
Thisseriesoffersgeneralaccountsofthemajorlanguagefamiliesofthe
world,withvolumesorganizedeitheronapurelygeneticbasisorona
geographicalbasis,whicheveryieldsthemostconvenientandintelligible
groupingineachcase.Eachvolumecomparesandcontraststhetypological
featuresofthelanguagesitdealswith.Italsotreatstherelevantgenetic
relationships,historicaldevelopmentandsociolinguisticissuesarisingfrom
theirroleanduseintheworldtoday.Thebooksareintendedforlinguists
fromundergraduatelevelupwards,butnospecialknowledgeofthe
languagesunderconsiderationisassumed.Volumessuchasthoseon
AustraliaandtheAmazonBasinarealsoofwiderrelevance,asthefutureof
thelanguagesandtheirspeakersraisesimportantsocialandpoliticalissues.
Volumesalreadypublishedinclude
ChineseJerryNorman
ThelanguagesofJapanMasayoshiShibatani
PidginsandCreoles(VolumeI:Theoryandstructure;VolumeII:
Referencesurvey)JohnA.Holm
TheIndo-AryanlanguagesColinMasica
TheCelticlanguageseditedbyDonaldMacAulay
TheRomancelanguagesRebeccaPosner
TheAmazonianlanguageseditedbyR.M.W.Dixonand
AlexandraY.Aikhenvald
ThelanguagesofNativeNorthAmericaMarianneMithun
TheKoreanlanguageHo-HimSohn
AustralianlanguagesR.M.W.Dixon
TheDravidianlanguagesBhadrirajuKrishnamurti
ThelanguagesoftheAndesWillemAdelaarwithPieterMuysken
TheSlaviclanguagesRolandSussexandPaulCubberley



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