Cited by Lee Sonogan
Abstract by Antonio Fabregas
Morphology, the study of the correspondences between grammatical information, meaning, and form inside words, is one of the central linguistic disciplines. In this short presentation we briefly review the units it identifies, the processes used to build new words and alter the grammatical properties of existing words, and some of the main underlying theoretical questions currently under debate: (1) whether morphology is independent from syntax; (2) what is the nature of the basic units of morphological analysis; (3) the division of labor between lexical listing and word formation; and (4) how idiosyncratic information that plays a role in word grammar is distributed across different linguistic components.
Publication: ResearchGate (Peer-Reviewed Journal)
Pub Date: Dec, 2015 Doi: 10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.53066-9
Keywords: Morphology, Linguistics, Change
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/304194772_Morphology_in_Linguistics (Plenty more sections and references in this requested research article)