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Vyd. 1.
V Plzni : Západočeská univerzita, 2013
191 s. : il. ; 21 cm

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ISBN 978-80-261-0342-4 (brož.)
50 výt.
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 177-183 a bibliografické odkazy
České resumé
001401269
CONTENTS // Abbreviations...7 // List of tables and graphs...8 // 1 Introduction: basic concepts, methods and aims...9 // 2 The relevant trends in morpboiogy in the 20th century...11 // 3 English back-formation in the literature...15 // 4 Back-formation according to Pennanen...32 // 5 Back-formation in the Czech langure...47 // 5.1 Deprefixation...47 // 5.2 Dessufixation - searching for comparable types...48 // 5.2.1 Searching for a type comparable with the English type editor > edit...48 // 5.2.2 Searching for a type comparable with the English type house-keeper >house-keep...48 // 5.2.3 Formation of Czech verbs from borrowed action-nouns...49 // 5.2.4 The present tendency from the point of view of vocabulary dynamism ...50 // 5.2.5 Simple desuffixation accompanied by the change of formative characteristics...51 // 5.2.6 Desuffixation followed by a new suffixation - resuffixation...53 // 5.2.7 Formation from roots of verbs - resuffixation...55 // 5.2.8 Univerbization followed by resuffixation (or desuffixation)...56 // 5.3 Word-formation without a suffix - so-called conversion in a broader sense...57 // 5.4 Mechanical shortening...58 // 5.5 Conclusion...58 // 6 Analysis of the development of English back-formation in the 20th and early 21st century: // Introduction...61 // 7 Back-formation in the first half of the 20th century...66 // 7.1 Description and analysis of BF not included in Pennanen’s study (new sample)...66 // 7.1.1 Type I: verb from agent / instrument noun ...66
// 7.1.2 Type II: verb from action noun...67 // 7.1.3 Type III: verb from adjective...69 // 7.1.4 Type IV: noun from adjective...70 // 7.1.5 Type V: noun from another noun which is believed to be its derivative ...71 // 7.1.6 Type VI: adjective from abstract noun)...73 // 7.1.7: Type VII: adjective from agent noun ...74 // 7.1.8 Type ѴKK: prefix BFs...74 // 7.1.9 Type IX: inflectional BFs...75 // 7.2 Summarizing analysis of the period of 1901 -1960 (new sample)...75 // 7.3 The overall picture of the first half of the 20th century as a result of both Pennanen’s // and the present research...79 // 7.4 Conclusion ...85 // 8 Back-formation in the second half of the 20th century ...87 // 8.1 Description and analysis of BFs from the second half of the second half of the 20lh // and the beginning of the 21“ century: a new sample...87 // 8.1.1 Type I: verb from agent / instrument noun ...87 // 8.1.2 Type II: verb from action noun...89 // 8.1.3 Type III: verb from adjective ...92 // 8.1.4 Type IV: noun from adjective...94 // 8.1.5 Type V: noun from another noun which is believed to be its derivative ...95 // 8.1.6 Type VI: adjective from abstract noun...96 // 8.1.7 Type VII: adjective from agent...97 // 8.1.8 Type VIII: prefix BFs...98 // 5 // 8.1.9 Type IX: inflectional BFs...100 // 8.2 Summarizing analysis of the sample from the period after 1961...100 // 8.3 Conclusion...’03 // 9 The overall picture of the development of back-formation in the 20"1 // and the early 21st century...107
// 10 Back-formations among neologisms..."3 // 10.1 Three types of BF neologisms...-...-...113 // 10.2 Unconfirmed BFs among dictionary neologisms and their classification...115 // 10.2.1 Type I: verb from agent noun...1 ’5 // 10.2.2Type II: verb from action noun...1’ 5 // 10.2.3 Type IV: noun from adjective ...’ ’0 // 10.3 Potential (hypothetical) BFs from neologisms...I’7 // 10.3.1 Type 1: verb from agent / instrument noun ...117 // 10.3.2Type II: verb from action noun...’ ’9 // K.K.KKурK KK: verb from adjective... 122 // 10.3.4Type KѴ: noun from adjective...’23 // 10.3.5 Type V: noun from another noun which is believed to be its derivative .123 // K.K.KKурK VI: adjective from abstract noun...I2“* // 10.3.7Type VII: adjective from agent noun...’25 // 10.3.8Type VIII: prefix BFs...126 // 10.3.9Type IX: inflectional BFs...’26 // 10.3.10 Summary...’27 // 10.4 Google-confirmed hypothetical BFs...128 // 10.4.1 Type I: verb from agent / instrument noun ...129 // 10.4.2Type II: verb from action noun ...’29 // 10.4.3Type V: noun from another noun which is believed to be its derivative ...131 // 10.4.4 Type VI: adjective from abstract noun...131 // 10.4.5 Type VII: adjective from agent noun...131 // 10.4.6 Type VIII: prefix BFs...132 // 10.4.7 Type IX: inflectional BFs...132 // 10.4.8 Commentary...,32 // 11 Conclusion...—’34 // Appendix 1...1« // Appendix II...’“*3 // Appendix III...187 // Appendix IV... // References...-...177 // Summary in Czech...184 // Summary
in English...’9’ // 6
(OCoLC)886605982
cnb002596896

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