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  • 1
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    Leiden : Boston
    ISBN: 9789004201460 , 9004201467 , 9789004201019 , 9004201017
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xx, 440 pages) , illustrations, color maps
    Series Statement: Handbook of Oriental studies v. 101
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Jong, Rudolf Erik de Grammar of the Bedouin dialects of central and southern Sinai
    Keywords: Arabic language Dialects ; Bedouins Languages ; Arabic language Social aspects ; Reference, information and interdisciplinary subjects ; Encyclopaedias and reference works ; Reference works ; FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY ; Arabic ; REFERENCE ; General ; Arabic language ; Dialects ; Arabic language ; Social aspects ; Bedouins ; Languages ; Mundart ; Grammatik ; Beduine ; Egypt ; Sinai ; Sinai ; Arabisch ; Electronic books
    Abstract: After publishing A Grammar of the Bedouin Dialects of the Northern Sinai Littoral: Bridging the Linguistic Gap between the Eastern and Western Arab World (Brill:2000), Rudolf de Jong completes his description of the Bedouin dialects of the Sinai Desert of Egypt by adding the present volume. To facilitate direct comparison of all Sinai dialects, the dialect descriptions in both volumes run parallel and are thus structured in the same manner. Quoting from his own extensive material and using a total of 95 criteria for comparison, De Jong applies the method of 'multi-dimensional scaling' and his own 'step-method' to arrive at a subdivision into eight (of which seven are 'Bedouin') typological groups in Sinai. An appendix with 68 maps and dialectrometrical plots completes the picture
    Abstract: Comparing Dialects --Methods of Comparing Dialects --Remarks to the Maps in the Appendix --Criteria for Comparison from De Jong 2000 Producing Diffferences/Similarities in Central and Southern Sinai --Added Criteria for Comparison of Dialects in Central and Southern Sinai --Isoglosses --The Identified Isoglosses in Central and Southern Sinai --The Step Method to Calculate Relative Typological Distances between Dialects --A Continuum: From Group VII Through Group VIII Towards Group I --Multi-Dimensional Scaling --'Bedouinness' vs 'Sedentariness' --The Locations of Isogloss Bundles in Central and Southern Sinai --A 'Virtual' Isogloss Bundle, Number -39-: BWA and MzA --Methods of Illustrating Dialect Diffferences --Some Remarks on Methods of Illustrating Typological Similarities/Diffferences of Dialects --Multi-Dimensional Scaling in a Two-Dimensional Map --Other Results of the MDS Plot --Grouping Dialects Using a Dendrogram --What Informants Say --A Comparison of the Dialect of the Ḥwēṭāt of Southern Jordan and the Ḥwēṭāt of Sinai --Final Conclusions --The Position of Sinai Dialects in Northwest Arabian Arabic (the NWA-group).
    Abstract: Introduction --General --Central and Southern Sinai in Recent History --Cultural Background --Present-day Distribution of Bedouin Tribes in Central and Southern Sinai and Surrounding Regions --Remarks on the Arrival of Bedouin Tribes in Central and Southern Sinai and some Remarks on their History --Professional Activities of Bedouin in Central and Southern Sinai Today --Research Questions and Purpose of this Study --Fieldwork Methodology --Infrastructural Arrangements --Selecting Targets for Field Research --Selecting Informants --Gathering Linguistic Material --Difficulties during Field Research --Presentation of the Data --Presentation of the Data and Selecting Criteria for Comparison --Method of Description --1.A Description of the Dialects of the Ǧbāliyyah, Awlād Saīd, Ṣawālḥah, Garāršah and Ḥamāḍah with Remarks on the Dialects of the Hanādwah and Lēgāt.Phonology --Consonants --Vowels.
    Abstract: Presentative Particles --ġayr --Intensifying Particle la --bidd or widd + pron --ʻād --yabga --Characteristics of the Narrative Style --Pluralis paucitatis --Concord --A Sketchy Remark on Pitch --3.A Description of the Dialects of the Taṛābīn, Ḥwēṭāt, Ǧarāǧrah, Tayāha, Badāṛah, Dbūr and Malālḥah.Phonology --Consonants --Vowels --Stress and Phonotactics --Stress --Phonotactics --Anaptyxis --Elision of Short Vowels --Assimilation --Morphology --Nominal Morphology --Verbal Morphology --Remarks on Phraseology --Nunation --Negation --The b-imperfect --Future Marker --fīh "there is / are" --Some Conjunctions --Auxiliaries and Verbal Particles --Presentative Particles --ġayr --Intensifying Particle la --bidd or widd + pron --ʻād --yabga --Characteristics of the Narrative Style --Pluralis paucitatis --Concord --A Sketchy Remark on Pitch.
    Abstract: Stress and Phonotactics --Stress --Phonotactics --Anaptyxis --Elision of Short Vowels --Assimilation --Morphology --Nominal Morphology --Verbal Morphology --Remarks on Phraseology --Nunation --Negation --The b-imperfect --Future Marker --fīh "there is / are" --Some Conjunctions --Auxiliaries and Verbal Particles --Presentative Particles --ġayr --Intensifying Particle la --bidd or widd + pron --ʻād --yabga --Characteristics of the Narrative Style --Pluralis paucitatis --Concord --A Sketchy Remark on Pitch --2.A Description of the Dialects of the Mzēnah and Baniy Wāṣil .Phonology --Consonants --Vowels --Stress and Phonotactics --Stress --Phonotactics --Anaptyxis --Elision of Short Vowels --Assimilation --Morphology --Nominal Morphology --Verbal Morphology --Remarks on Phraseology --Nunation --Negation --The b-imperfect --Future Marker --fīh "there is / are" --Some Conjunctions --Auxiliaries and Verbal Particles.
    Abstract: Stress and Phonotactics --Stress --Phonotactics --Anaptyxis --Elision of Short Vowels --Assimilation --Morphology --Nominal Morphology --Verbal Morphology --Remarks on Phraseology --Nunation --Negation --The b-imperfect --Future Marker --fi⁺ѕh "there is / are" --Some Conjunctions --Auxiliaries and Verbal Particles --Presentative Particles --g⁺јayr --Intensifying Particle la --bidd or widd + pron --⁽»a⁺ѕd --yabga --Characteristics of the Narrative Style --Pluralis paucitatis --Concord --A Sketchy Remark on Pitch --2.A Description of the Dialects of the Mze⁺ѕnah and Baniy Wa⁺ѕs⁺Đil .Phonology --Consonants --Vowels --Stress and Phonotactics --Stress --Phonotactics --Anaptyxis --Elision of Short Vowels --Assimilation --Morphology --Nominal Morphology --Verbal Morphology --Remarks on Phraseology --Nunation --Negation --The b-imperfect --Future Marker --fi⁺ѕh "there is / are" --Some Conjunctions --Auxiliaries and Verbal Particles.
    Abstract: Comparing Dialects --Methods of Comparing Dialects --Remarks to the Maps in the Appendix --Criteria for Comparison from De Jong 2000 Producing Diffferences/Similarities in Central and Southern Sinai --Added Criteria for Comparison of Dialects in Central and Southern Sinai --Isoglosses --The Identified Isoglosses in Central and Southern Sinai --The Step Method to Calculate Relative Typological Distances between Dialects --A Continuum: From Group VII Through Group VIII Towards Group I --Multi-Dimensional Scaling --'Bedouinness' vs 'Sedentariness' --The Locations of Isogloss Bundles in Central and Southern Sinai --A 'Virtual' Isogloss Bundle, Number -39-: BWA and MzA --Methods of Illustrating Dialect Diffferences --Some Remarks on Methods of Illustrating Typological Similarities/Diffferences of Dialects --Multi-Dimensional Scaling in a Two-Dimensional Map --Other Results of the MDS Plot --Grouping Dialects Using a Dendrogram --What Informants Say --A Comparison of the Dialect of the H⁺Đwe⁺ѕt⁺Đa⁺ѕt of Southern Jordan and the H⁺Đwe⁺ѕt⁺Đa⁺ѕt of Sinai --Final Conclusions --The Position of Sinai Dialects in Northwest Arabian Arabic (the NWA-group).
    Abstract: Introduction --General --Central and Southern Sinai in Recent History --Cultural Background --Present-day Distribution of Bedouin Tribes in Central and Southern Sinai and Surrounding Regions --Remarks on the Arrival of Bedouin Tribes in Central and Southern Sinai and some Remarks on their History --Professional Activities of Bedouin in Central and Southern Sinai Today --Research Questions and Purpose of this Study --Fieldwork Methodology --Infrastructural Arrangements --Selecting Targets for Field Research --Selecting Informants --Gathering Linguistic Material --Difficulties during Field Research --Presentation of the Data --Presentation of the Data and Selecting Criteria for Comparison --Method of Description --1.A Description of the Dialects of the G⁺ўba⁺ѕliyyah, Awla⁺ѕd Sai⁺ѕd, S⁺Đawa⁺ѕlh⁺Đah, Gara⁺ѕrs⁺ўah and H⁺Đama⁺ѕd⁺Đah with Remarks on the Dialects of the Hana⁺ѕdwah and Le⁺ѕga⁺ѕt.Phonology --Consonants --Vowels.
    Abstract: Introduction --1.A description of the dialects of the G⁺ўba⁺ѕliyyah, Awla⁺ѕd Sai⁺ѕd, S⁺Đawa⁺ѕlh⁺Đah, Gara⁺ѕrs⁺ўah and H⁺Đama⁺ѕd⁺Đah with remarks on the dialects of the Hana⁺ѕdwah and Le⁺ѕga⁺ѕt --2.A description of the dialects of the Mze⁺ѕnah and Baniy Wa⁺ѕs⁺Đil --3.A description of the dialects of the Tar⁺Đa⁺ѕbi⁺ѕn, H⁺Đwe⁺ѕt⁺Đa⁺ѕt, G⁺ўara⁺ѕg⁺ўrah, Taya⁺ѕha, Bada⁺ѕr⁺Đah, Dbu⁺ѕr and Mala⁺ѕlh⁺Đah --Conclusions.
    Abstract: Presentative Particles --g⁺јayr --Intensifying Particle la --bidd or widd + pron --⁽»a⁺ѕd --yabga --Characteristics of the Narrative Style --Pluralis paucitatis --Concord --A Sketchy Remark on Pitch --3.A Description of the Dialects of the Tar⁺Đa⁺ѕbi⁺ѕn, H⁺Đwe⁺ѕt⁺Đa⁺ѕt, G⁺ўara⁺ѕg⁺ўrah, Taya⁺ѕha, Bada⁺ѕr⁺Đah, Dbu⁺ѕr and Mala⁺ѕlh⁺Đah.Phonology --Consonants --Vowels --Stress and Phonotactics --Stress --Phonotactics --Anaptyxis --Elision of Short Vowels --Assimilation --Morphology --Nominal Morphology --Verbal Morphology --Remarks on Phraseology --Nunation --Negation --The b-imperfect --Future Marker --fi⁺ѕh "there is / are" --Some Conjunctions --Auxiliaries and Verbal Particles --Presentative Particles --g⁺јayr --Intensifying Particle la --bidd or widd + pron --⁽»a⁺ѕd --yabga --Characteristics of the Narrative Style --Pluralis paucitatis --Concord --A Sketchy Remark on Pitch.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , English
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781316863060
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xv, 238 Seiten)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.442/927
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    Keywords: Sociolinguistics / Arab countries ; Arabic language / Variation ; Linguistic change / Arab countries
    Abstract: Written by four leading experts, this book provides a comprehensive overview of sociolinguistic variation and linguistic change in Arabic. It introduces sociolinguistic theory, methods, and data step-by-step, using accessible language and extensive examples throughout. Topics covered include sociolinguistic methodology, social variables, language change, spatial variation, and contact and diffusion. Each topic is explained and illustrated using empirical data drawn from a wide array of Arabic-speaking communities in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as other parts of the world where Arabic is or was spoken, to provide a rich resource of individual dialects, as well as a comparative view of variation in Arabic. Each chapter also contains annotated suggestions for further reading and elaborate exercises. It is an essential resource for students studying Arabic in its social context, as well as anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of variation in Arabic
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9781316633731 , 9781107182615
    Language: English
    Pages: xv, 238 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.442/927
    RVK:
    Keywords: Sociolinguistics / Arab countries ; Arabic language / Variation ; Linguistic change / Arab countries
    Abstract: Written by four leading experts, this book provides a comprehensive overview of sociolinguistic variation and linguistic change in Arabic. It introduces sociolinguistic theory, methods, and data step-by-step, using accessible language and extensive examples throughout. Topics covered include sociolinguistic methodology, social variables, language change, spatial variation, and contact and diffusion. Each topic is explained and illustrated using empirical data drawn from a wide array of Arabic-speaking communities in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as other parts of the world where Arabic is or was spoken, to provide a rich resource of individual dialects, as well as a comparative view of variation in Arabic. Each chapter also contains annotated suggestions for further reading and elaborate exercises. It is an essential resource for students studying Arabic in its social context, as well as anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of variation in Arabic
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