XVII International Congress of Linguists
Prague, Czech Republic, July 24-29, 2003

Accepted contributions for the workshop 5:
Prague functionalism

    A. Long contributions:

  1. Čermák, František: ?
  2. Daneš, František: The Double Base of the Prague Functionalism Approach
  3. Dezső, László: On the Early Stage of 20-th Century Typology: Synchrony and Diachrony in the Prague and Copenhague Circles
  4. Dressler, Wolfgang: University of Vienna: From "menas - ends" to functionalist epistemology
  5. Tobin, Yishai: Between Phonology and Lexicon: A question of Semiological Economy
  6. B. Short contributions:

  7. Dušková, Libuše: Syntactic function vs. FSP function: An intralingual and interlingual view
  8. Fiala, Karel: FSP as a supposed WO factor in Japanese
  9. Hoskovec, Tomáš: Sur la délimitation de la langue. Une étude de linguistique stucturale
  10. Srpová, Milena: Le fonctionnalisme Pragois et le concept d'iterativite dans la description de l'aspect du verbe tcheque
  11. Štícha, František: Thematisierung, Satzanfang und Gramatikalitaet
  12. Yakovlev, Andrey: Aspects of phonetic/phonological periphery in works of Prague functionalists and the phonetic/phonological periphery in modern Afrikaans