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  Prerequisites (선수과목/선수학습)
Successful completion of the undergraduate course "Introduction to Morphology" (or equivalent), or instructor consent.

1. Goals of the Course (수업목표)
Morphology is traditionally defined as a branch of lingustics that deals with the internal structure of words (e.g. Haspelmath 2002: 1). In this course, we will focus on the major issues in the area of English morphology such as e.g. segmentation of words into smaller meaningful units, principles of morphemic analysis, classification of morphemes, English word-formation, derivational versus inflectional morphology, parts of speech, etc. 
 
Morphologists seek to determine what kinds of knowledge speakers of a language need to have in order to use words and have intuitions about them. Since words (or their subparts) are stored in the speaker’s mental lexicon, morphology is also the study of the lexicon and how it is organized.
 
Morphology is often characterized as the study of morphemes (roots, affixes, etc.) and the rules governing how morphemes combine to form words. However, the concept of ‘morpheme’ is problematic, and some morphologists have proposed theories of word structure which dispense with morphemes altogether.
 
Some of the major questions we will be addressing in this course include the following:

(1) What is a word? Is ‘word’ a coherent notion, and if so, how can it be defined? What is the status of words within the speaker’s mental grammar?

(2) Are morphemes best viewed as atoms (the basic building blocks of words), or as rules (functions mapping one word or stem to another), or as both/neither? What does our theory of morphemes tell us about the structure of the lexicon?

(3) Where does morphology ‘live’ in the grammar? Languages clearly have phonological principles (rules governing the combining of features into segments, segments into syllables, etc.), as well as syntactic principles (rules governing the combining of words into larger constituents). But are there any independent principles of morphology.and hence a separate morphology module in the grammar?
Or do generalizations about words and the structure of the lexicon reduce to principles of phonology and syntax?

Words live at the interface between form and meaning. They exist in grammar both as syntactic units, which play a role in sentence structure, and as phonological units within a hierarchy of prosodic domains. We will therefore be particularly concerned with how the study of word structure interfaces with the study of sound structure and the study of sentence structure.
 

2. Teaching Method (수업진행 형태)
[1] Lectures on some basic morphological cencepts
[2] In-class presentation on the topics (cf. course schedule)
[3] Discussion of the morphological structure of a language or language family of his/her choice.

3. Accessment (학습평가방법)
Course grade will be based on the following work (percentages are approximate):

Participation / presentation 50%
Final exam 30%
Problem sets 30%

4. Main Texts (주요교재)
There are two required textbooks for this course, both available from the bookstore:
 
[1] Spencer, Andrew. (2005) Morphological Theory. Blackwell.
 
[2] Haspelmath, Martin. (2002) Understanding Morphology. Arnold.

5. Supplementary Course Readings (참고문헌)

[1] Aronoff, Mark and Kirsten Fudeman 2005. What is morphology? Malden: Blackwell.

[2] Bauer, Laurie 1983. English word-formation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

[3] Bauer, Laurie 2003. Introducing linguistic morphology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

[4] Haspelmath, Martin 2002. Understanding morphology. London: Arnold.

[5] Katamba, Francis 1994. English words. London;New York: Routledge.

[6] Marchand, Hans. 1969. English word-formation. München: Beck.

[7] Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew 2002. An itroduction to English morphology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

[8] Mel’chuk, Igor 2006. Aspects of the theory of morphology. Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gryuter.

[9] Plag, Ingo 2003. Word-formation in English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

[10] Welte, Werner 1996. Englische Morphologie und Wortbildung. Frankfurt: Peter Lang


6. Assignments (학습과제물)
[1] Final exam.
 
[2] Problem sets 30%

7. Weekly Schedule (주별(1-15주) 강의내용 및 학습내용)
제1주: 강의소개 및 핵심어주도구구조문법 개요

제2주: Fundamentals

제3주: Fundamentals

제4주: Formal Foundations

제5주: Formal Foundations

제6주: Formal Foundations

제7주: The Theory of the Lexicon

제8주: The Theory of the Lexicon

제9주: The Theory of the Lexicon

제10주: Argument Structure & Linking

제11주: Complex Predicates in HPSG

제12주: Complex Predicates in HPSG

제13주: Current Issues in HPSG

제14주: Current Issues in HPSG

제15주: 기말고사

8. Required Knowledge (사전지식)
None

9. 강의 주안점 및 학생 설문평가시 고려사항
None

10. Weekly Practice Plan (주별실험실습계획)
None

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