Bibliografía/References

Bibliografía sobre Complejidad Lingüística/References on Linguistic Complexity

  • Andrason, A. (2014). Language Complexity: An Insight from Complex-System Theory. International Journal of Language and Linguistics 2/2: 74-89.
  • Baechler, R. and  Seiler, G. (2016). Complexity, Isolation, and Variation.  De Gruyter.
  • Baerman, B.;  Brown, D.  and  Corbett, G. G. (2015). Understanding and Measuring Morphological Complexity. Oxford:  Oxford University Press.
  • Bane, M. (2008). Quantifying and Measuring Morphological Complexity. En  Ch. Chang and H. Haynie (eds.).  Proceedings of the 26th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. Somerville (pp. 69-76). Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
  • Blache, Ph. (2011). A computational model for linguistic complexity. En G. Bel-Enguix,  V. Dahl, M.D. Jiménez-López (eds.). Biology, Computation and Linguistics. New Interdisciplinary Paradigms (pp. 155-167). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
  • Dahl, Ö. (2004). The growth and maintenance of linguistic complexity. Amsterdam, Benjamins.
  • Deutscher, G. (2009). Overall complexity: a wild goose chase? En G. Sampson, D. Gil and P. Trudgill (eds.). Language Complexity as an Evolving Variable (pp. 243–251). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Deutscher, G. (2010). Through the language glass: why the world looks different in other languages. New York: Metropolitan Books.
  • Di Domenico, E. (2017). Syntactic Complexity from a Language Acquisition Perspective. Newcastle upon Tyne:  Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Edmonds, B. (1999). Syntactic measures of complexity. PhD.diss., University of Manchester.
  • Ferreira, F. (1991). Effects of length and syntactic complexity on initiation times for prepared utterances.  Journal of Memory and Language, 30(2): 210–233.
  • Gibson, E. (1998). Linguistic complexity: Locality of syntactic dependencies. Cognition, 68(1):1–76.
  • Gibson, E. (2000). The dependency locality theory: A distance-based theory of linguistic complexity.  In A. Marantz, Y. Miyashita, and W. O’Neil (eds.), Image, language, brain: Papers from the first mind articulation project symposium (pp.  95—126)., New York: MIT Press
  • Gil, D. (2008). How complex are isolating languages? En M. Miestamo, K. Sinnemäki, and F.
  • Karlsson (eds.), Language Complexity: Typology, Contact, Change, 109–131. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: Benjamins
  • Kretzschmar, W. A. (2015). Language and Complex Systems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hawkins, J.A. (2009).  An efficiency theory of complexity and related phenomena. En G. Sampson, D. Gil and P. Trudgill (eds.). Language Complexity as an Evolving Variable (pp. 252–268). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Juola, P. (2008). Assessing linguistic complexity. En M. Miestamo, K.  Sinnemäki and F. Karlsson (eds.). Language Complexity: Typology, Contact, Change (pp. 89-108). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Kortmann, B. and Szmrecsanyi, B. (2012). Linguistic complexity: Second language acquisiton, indigenization, contact. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Kusters, W. (2003), Linguistic Complexity: The Influence of Social Change on Verbal Inflection. Utrecht: LOT.
  • McWhorter, J. (2001). The world’s simplest grammars are creole grammars. Linguistic Typology 6: 125–166.
  • McWhorter, J. (2012). Linguistic simplicity and complexity: Why do languages undress?  Berlin:  Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Miestamo, M. (2006).  On the feasibility of complexity metrics.  In K.Krista and M.M Sepper (eds.), Finest Linguistics.  Proceedings of the Annual Finish and Estonian Conference of Linguistics (pp. 11—26). Tallinn: Tallinna Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Miestamo, M. (2008).  Grammatical complexity in a cross-linguistic perspective. En M. Miestamo, K. Sinnemäki and F. Karlsson (eds.). Language Complexity: Typology, Contact, Change (23–42). Amsterdam: John  Benjamins.
  • Miestamo, M. (2009), Implicational hierarchies and grammatical complexity. En G. Sampson, D. Gil, and P. Trudgill (eds.). Language Complexity as an Evolving Variable (pp. 80–97). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Miestamo, M., K. Sinnemäki and F. Karlsson (2008). Language complexity: typology, contact, change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Mitchell, M. (2009). Complexity: A Guided Tour. New York:  Oxford University Press, New York
  • Newmeyer, F.J. and Preston, L.B. (eds.) (2014). Measuring Grammatical Complexity. Oxford: Oxford Univesity Press.
  • Pallotti, G. (2015).  A simple view of linguistic complexity.  Second Language Research, 31: 117–134.
  • Sampson, G., Gil, D. and Trudgill, P. (2009) Language complexity as an evolving variable. Oxford linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Shosted, R. (2006), Correlating complexity: A typological approach. Linguistic Typology 10: 1–40.
  • Sinnemäki, K. (2011). Language Universals and Linguistic Complexity. Three Case Studies in Core Argument Making. Ph.D.  thesis, University of Helsinki
  • Rescher, N. (1998). Complexity: a philosophical overview. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.
  • Trudgill, P. (2001). Contact and simplification: historical baggage and directionality in linguistic change. Linguistic Typology 5 (2/3): 371–374.
  • Trudgill, P. (2004). Linguistic and Social Typology: The Austronesian migrations and phoneme inventories. Linguistic Typology 8: 305–320.
  • Weston-Taylor, L. (2013). Are all languages equal? Thesis. University of Otago Dunedin, New Zealand.