The nine essays in this volume present the most recent developments
in the study of Chinese linguistic research using functional
approaches. Topics discussed in the volume include Chinese
typology, word order variation, word formation, semantic change,
cognition, discourse analysis, interface among syntax, semantics,
and pragmatics, and grammaticalization.
Studies of Chinese Linguistics will be a valuable and stimulating
reference for graduate students and researchers interested in
functional linguistics. Readers in general and applied linguistics
will also appreciate the insights it offers into the interaction of
Chinese form and function.
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