Produktinformationen "Moutons Interaktive Einführung in die Historische Linguistik des Deutschen /The Mouton Interactive I"
The Mouton Interactive Introduction to Historical Linguistics of German offers an extensive overview of the language-historical development of the German language from its origins to the German spoken today and describes how the phonology, morphology, syntax, and vocabulary of German have changed. The CD-ROM is aimed at students of linguistics and the German language. It is an effective autodidactic tool and a useful aid in preparation for exams in the field of historical linguistics. The program is also suitable for teachers and of interest to linguists who would like to learn more about the processes of language change in German. Newly developed visualizations and numerous audio samples make this Introduction an indispensable tool for teachers and students of the German language: depth of understanding is facilitated through dynamic visualizations, well-structured schemata, and selected maps; Old, Middle, and Early New High German source texts become living contemporary documents through recordings spoken by practiced speakers; diverse functions make it possible for the user to tailor the application of the program to meet his or her individual needs; extensive text and graphic material provided for all three language periods; detailed treatment of the area of syntax and discussion of current theories on language change. The application is in German and English. AnOnline Version provides libraries and departments of German and linguistics with the opportunity to make the CD-ROM available to a wider number of students and instructors. Key features: an effective autodidactic tool and a useful aid in preparation for exams in the field of historical linguistics instructors can use the CD-ROM to enhance their lectures System requirements: PC Pentium with Win 9x, NT, or Mac PowerPC with Mac OS 7+, OS X.
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Karin Donhauser ist Professorin an der Humboldt Universit¿ Berlin. Annette Fischer ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Humboldt Universit¿ Berlin. Lars Mecklenburg ist Informationsdesigner in Berlin.