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Author: Subject: Menzel, Thomas: Canonical Morphological Complexity in the Sorbian Language
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[*] posted on 7-6-2018 at 01:51 PM
Menzel, Thomas: Canonical Morphological Complexity in the Sorbian Language


Lětopis Abstract 2018 1: Menzel, Thomas: Canonical Morphological Complexity in the Sorbian Language

This study presents the approach developed by Greville Corbett of canonical inflection complexity as an instrument for evaluating inflective complexity. The comprehensive typology of complexity relationships, developed in CORBETT (2015) using the example of a number of very different languages, is here applied to the inflective system of just one language, the Upper Sorbian literary language – comparing it with that of Lower Sorbian. The impressive diversity of complexity relationships, which characterizes Corbett’s model, can even be detected within one single Slav language.
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