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This moment version of the guide Sprachgeschichte (History of Language) is a longer revision of the 1st version, which was once released in 1984 and 1985. the second one version correlates with the 1st whereas including an improved measurement to its scope. Continuity with the 1st variation is mirrored within the linguistic-theoretical and methodical orientation, the root of the association of contents, and the order of chapters. the second one version of Sprachgeschichte emphasizes: the family tree and the typology of German language, together with all its forms; German language as an eu language and the features of a eu language historical past; developments in alterations of the German language because the heart of the 20th century; the excellence among pragmatic and sociological features of language background at the one hand and structural points at the different; the function of local language historical past; the institution of a literary language heritage; the formation of German language borders, which permits a whole mapping of German language borders courting to the days of previous excessive German.

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Im Hinblick auf das Sprachsystem werden außer den hierarchischen Sprachebenen Phonemik/Graphemik, Morphemik, Lexik und Syntax auch die Textsorten des Deutschen in ihrer Entwicklung vom Althochdeutschen bis zur Gegenwart durchgehend behandelt. Es erfolgt auch keine Beschränkung auf die schriftlichen Niederschläge deutscher Sprachgeschichte; im Gegenteil, soweit es die Überlieferungssituation zuläßt, wird aus schreibsprachlichen Reflexen gesprochener Sprache auf die Geschichte der Sprechsprache geschlossen.

G egenstand des Kapitels XX ist also die G renze des Deutschen zu seinen Nachbarsprachen für die gesamte Zeitspanne vom Voralthochdeutschen und Voraltniederdeutschen bis hin zu den großräumigen Veränderungen der jüngeren Vergangenheit. So weit es möglich war, werden die G renzen und ihre Verschiebungen kartographisch veranschaulicht. Die Ausführung dieses Programms unterlag Schwierigkeiten ganz besonderen Ausmaßes: Die historischen Verhältnisse im Süden und Südwesten, schon in sich äußerst different, sind vollständig anderer Art als im gesamten Osten; diese wiederum unterscheiden sich grundsätzlich von denjenigen des Nordens; im Nordwesten verkompliziert sich das Bild noch durch die Frage, was eigentlich Deutsch und was Niederländisch ist bzw.

Den Abschluß des Handbuches bilden zwei Register: Das Sachregister erschließt die wesentlichen Inhalte des Handbuches nach knapp formulierten Stichworten; das Verfasserregister belegt die Erwähnungen aller zitierten oder sonst diskutierten Sprachhistoriker, bietet insofern auch einen bequemen Zugang zur gesamten behandelten oder erwähnten sprachgeschichtlichen Literatur. Vorwort zur ersten Auflage XLV 2. Die Konzeption des Handbuches: Diskussion Das Handbuch Sprachgeschichte erstrebt nach der vorgetragenen Konzeption zwar nicht eine enzyklopädische Magazinierung sprachhistorischen Wissens, in Parallele zum Handbuch Dialektologie aber doch eine angemessene Vollständigkeit erstens im Hinblick auf den zu beschreibenden Gegenstand und zweitens im Hinblick auf die Forschungssituation.

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