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tagmemics

(tæɡˈmiːmɪks)
pl n
(Linguistics) (functioning as singular) linguistics a type of grammatical analysis based on the concept of function in sentence slots and the determination of classes of words that can fill each slot

tagmemics

the study of the tagmemes of a language, i.e., the minimal units of grammatical construction, embodying such phenomena as distinctive word order and grammatical agreement. — tagmemic, adj.
See also: Linguistics
Translations

tagmemics

[tægˈmiːmɪks] Ntagmética f

tagmemics

n (Ling) → Tagmemik f
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This is Ritz-Carlton's third such accolade in recent months: social analytics and data science company Tagmemics recently analysed 10,000 TripAdvisor reviews, with the same results: Ritz is top of all the luxury brands when it comes to consumer sentiment.
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Pike's linguistic theory called tagmemics, which analyses language and behavior through the identification of emic and etic units (Pike 1971).
I was sent to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor because technically I was in linguistics (a "linguist on loan to the literary arts") and Ann Arbor had a large laboratory of Pike's tagmemics as well as a center on French as a second language where cutting-edge work was being done in collaboration with Bernard Q*** at the Saint-Cloud Ecole Normale Superieure and Jean P*** at Besancon.
Functional Grammar, Systemic FG), or "parallelistic," like Montague's (1974) rule-to-rule Categorial Grammar, Tagmemics, HPSG, Construction Grammar, Jackendoff's (1997) Representational Modularity, or, indeed, certain versions of MG like the "radical derivational" one in Epstein et al.
Pike, whose tagmemics (first formulated in 1948) represents the most important syntactical system besides distributionalism and Chomsky's generative grammar, is given full treatment by Costello (pp.
Following the tradition of tagmemics, I call them etic grids.
Tagmemics is the theoretical base from which Robert E.
As a linguist, Kenneth Pike developed tagmemics through the Summer Institute of Linguistics and the Wycliff Bible Translators, for he had a practical aim in analyzing unwritten languages for future Bible translations.
Pike, Linguistic Concepts: An Introduction to Tagmemics (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1982).
Social analytics and data science company Tagmemics has compiled data using analysis from over 10,000 reviews posted across a nine month period to determine how hotels are doing in the online sphere.
The "temporal" theory of linguistic form that I am suggesting most closely resembles Kenneth Pike's tagmemics, which also analyzes linguistic forms into four-part paradigms based on dialectically opposed qualities, and as a result, claims that linguistic forms across all levels of structure (sound, prosody, syntax, meaning, discourse, etc.