19.2302, FYI: Cross-Linguistic Survey of Defectiveness

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Subject: 19.2302, FYI: Cross-Linguistic Survey of Defectiveness

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Date: 17-Jul-2008
From: Matthew Baerman < m.baerman at surrey.ac.uk >
Subject: Cross-Linguistic Survey of Defectiveness

 

	
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Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2008 13:53:50
From: Matthew Baerman [m.baerman at surrey.ac.uk]
Subject: Cross-Linguistic Survey of Defectiveness
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As part of the project ''A Typology of Defectiveness'', the Surrey
Morphology Group is conducted a survey of inflectional defectiveness
(paradigm gaps) in a controlled sample of 100 languages. Preliminary
results can be found at the project website
(http://www.defectiveness.surrey.ac.uk/) by following the link
'100-language survey'. Feedback is most welcome!


This project is funded by the Arts & Humanties Research Council (UK), under
grant number AH/D001579/1. 



Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics





 






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