Metody empiryczne w badaniu ewolucji kulturowej języka

Katarzyna Rogalska-Chodecka

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/TSP-W.2018.013

Abstrakt


Ewolucja języka stała się ostatnio jedną z podstawowych dziedzin badań interdyscyplinarnych. Można ją jednak również badać z perspektywy językowej, nie tylko w sposób teoretyczny, ale także empiryczny. Niniejszy artykuł ma na celu przedstawienie najbardziej obiecujących programów badawczych poświęconych empirycznemu badaniu ewolucji kulturowej języka, która stanowi obecnie istotne uzupełnienie badań prowadzonych w innych paradygmatach naukowych.


Słowa kluczowe


ewolucja kulturowa; badania empiryczne; pochodzenie języka; ewolucja języka

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