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Turkic Languages 25 (2021) 2
editor(s): Johanson, Lars
contributor(s): Assisted by Boeschoten, Hendrik / Ragagnin, Elisabetta / Tazhibayeva, Saule / Yakup, Abdurishid / Brendemoen, Bernt / Csató, Éva Á. / Golden, Peter B. / Hayasi, Tooru / Karakoç, Birsel / Menz, Astrid / Nevskaya, Irina / Özsoy, Sumru A.;
volume: 25,2
pages/dimensions: 158 pages, 6 ill., 19 tables
language: English
binding: Book (Paperback)
dimensions: 17.00 × 24.00 cm
publishing date: 17.11.2021
prices: 59,00 Eur[D] / 60,70 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-18116-7
more titles of the subject:
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The journal Turkic Languages is devoted to linguistic Turcology. It addresses descriptive, comparative, synchronic, diachronic, theoretical, and methodological problems of the study of Turkic languages including questions of genetic, typological and areal relations, linguistic variation, and language acquisition. The journal aims at presenting work of current interest on a variety of subjects, and thus welcomes contributions on all aspects of Turkic language studies. It contains articles, review articles, reviews, discussions, reports, and surveys of publications.
The journal uses a double blind review system in selecting articles for publication. The preferred language of publication is English.

From the contents (altogether 9 contributions):
Igor V. Kormushin, On the mixed character of the Old Turkic literary language of the 7th–8th centuries
Svetlana M. Prokopieva et.al., Phraseological units with a bird-name component in Yakut and Kazakh
Yui Suzuki, An analysis of the non-past use of Turkish {-DI}
Mehmet Akkuş & Çiğdem Sağın-Şimşek, Interjections as signals of mutual intelligibility in Turkish-Azeri receptive multilingual communication
Laurentia Schreiber et.al., Contact-induced change in the morphosyntax of Turkic in Boldaji, Chahar Mahal va Bakhtiari Province, Iran
Cem Keskin, Şey-substitution and constituent structure in Turkish
Mine Güven, Spoken Turkish in television news and debates: Some acoustic and morphological aspects relevant to respeaking