The Linguistics Encyclopedia

The Linguistics Encyclopedia

Book - 1991
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This alphabetically-arranged Encyclopedia is of value to anyone with an academic or professional interest in linguistics or language studies. The 80 main articles cover 150 sub-areas of the discipline, discussing their development, methodology, terminology, theoretical issues and controversies. The range is wide: syntax, morphology, phonology, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, historical linguistics, writing systems, language acquisition and speech therapy. Each article will be of use to both students needing basic grounding in a given topic, and to teachers or professionals seeking to know more about an area outside their own specialization.
A comprehensive Index and Bibliography make The Linguistics Encyclopedia the prime reference book for anyone who wishes to understand the nature and workings of language.
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 1991.
ISBN: 9780415029421
Branch Call Number: 410.3 LIN
Characteristics: xx, 575 p.


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