<p>Abstract:</p><p>Default lexical diffusion involves diffusion of phonological forms and their associated semantics. Subsections are a domain in sociocentric kin classification, whose spread shows full, partial, and null matches between conceptual diffusion and diffusion of terminologies. This offers a rare opportunity to analyze correlations between conceptual and linguistic diffusion. These correlations are modeled using social network theory: partial conceptual diffusion correlates with higher levels of weak ties, whereas partial lexical diffusion correlates with lower levels of weak ties. Subsection terminologies are widely diffused and are therefore <i>WanderwÃ¶rter</i>. However, they constitute a distinctive subclass, inasmuch as a lexical domain is diffused, not individual words.</p>
Anthropological Linguistics – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Jun 14, 2019
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