PART I: WHAT IS LINGUISTIC MORPHOLOGY; PART II: WORD-FORMATION; PART III: INFLECTION; PART IV: INTERFACES; PART V: MORPHOLOGY AND MIND; PART IV: CONCLUSIONS
Geert Booij is Emeritus Professor of Linguistics at the University of Leiden, the author of The Morphology of Dutch (2002) and Construction Morphology (2010), both published at Oxford University Press, and founder and editor of the journal Morphology.
This is a solid work, which nevertheless moves along at a brisk pace and points at many further issues that could be fruitfully studied in follow-up work...we can thoroughly recommend this work. * The Year's Work in English Studies * carefully edited...a well-balanced overview of the major issues in morphology while serving at the same time both a pedagogical and a descriptive purpose in a field in which textbooks have for a long time been rare. * AnaDyaz-Negrillo and Salvador Valera Hernandez, English Language and Linguistics * Review from previous edition Well-organized and written, coherent and clear.... Covers a great range of morphological concepts, patterns and issues. * Linguist List * THE - Textbook Guide round up 08/11/2012