ERIC Number: ED030860
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Stratificational Theory; An Annotated Bibliography.
Journal of English Linguistics, v3 p37-65 Mar 1969
In stratificational theory, linguistic structure is viewed as a series of codes which interrelates meaning and expression. Each of the codes is associated with a distinct structural level, which has come to be called a stratum. The works listed in this bibliography include some specifically concerned with the development of the theoretical model itself or with other models employing similar concepts; others are concerned with interdisciplinary applications of the theory, e.g., in computational linguistics, psycholinguistics, etc.; and still others are concerned with describing particular types or corpuses of data. In an effort to identify the general nature of a work, summary statements about its content are included. In addition, annotative comments are given which are intended to highlight theoretical concepts or unusual features treated. When items are considered to be of limited availability, more detailed information is included. Four developmental stages may be identified in Lamb's works, and the bibliographical items which are related to one of these stages have been marked accordingly. The stages themselves are sketched at the beginning of section 2. Section 1 is a selected bibliography of related works. (Author/DO)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Descriptive Linguistics, Grammar, Linguistic Theory, Morphology (Languages), Phonology, Semantics, Syntax
Journal of English Linguistics, Western Washington State College, Bellingham, Washington 98225 ($3.00).
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Identifiers: Stratificational Grammar