#2713. 「言語変化のスケジュール」に関する書誌情報[schedule_of_language_change][lexical_diffusion][speed_of_change]


 数年来,「言語変化のスケジュール」 (schedule_of_language_change) と自分で名付けた問題に関心をもち続けている.「スケジュール」には,言語変化の速度,経路,拡散の順序,始まるタイミング,終わるタイミングなどの諸相が含まれており,時間軸に沿って観察される言語変化の種々のパターンを広くとらえようとする意図がこめられている.
 語彙拡散 (lexical_diffusion) にまつわる理論的な問題を考え出したことが,言語変化のスケジュールへの関心の出発点だったが,その後,少しずつ文献を集めるなどして理解を深めてきたので,この辺りでいったん書誌情報をまとめておきたい.今後も,これに付け加えていく予定.

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