Structural Factors in Turkic Language Contacts.

Turkic languages present particularly rich sources of data for the study of language contact, given the number and diversity of languages with which they have been in contact. Many common, false generalisations are laid bare and the methodology used in evaluating particular instances of language con...

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Author / Creator: Johanson, Lars.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Edition:1st ed.
Imprint: London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2002.
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Summary:Turkic languages present particularly rich sources of data for the study of language contact, given the number and diversity of languages with which they have been in contact. Many common, false generalisations are laid bare and the methodology used in evaluating particular instances of language contact can also be used with profit by students of languages other than the Turkic.
Turkic languages present particularly rich sources of data for the study of language contact, given the number and diversity of languages with which they have been in contact. Many common, false generalisations are laid bare and the methodology used in evaluating particular instances of language contact can also be used with profit by students of languages other than the Turkic.
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Physical Description:1 online resource (199 pages)
ISBN:9781136828379
Author Notes:Lars Johanson