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- Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 55.95
In the twentieth century paradigms of linguistics have largely left language change to one side. Rudi Keller's book is an exciting contribution to linguistic philosophy becuase it puts language change back on the linguistics agenda and demonstrates that, far from being a remote mystery, it can and should be explained. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 27.95
In Language Change , R. L. Trask uses data from English and other languages to introduce the concepts central to language change. Language Change: covers the most frequent types of language change and how languages are born and die uses data-based exercises to show how languages change looks at other key areas such as attitudes to language... more...
- Multilingual Matters 2005; US$ 119.95
The essays and research papers in this collection explore issues in language education, English for academic purposes, contrastive discourse analysis, and language policy and planning, and outlines promising directions for theory and practice in applied linguistics. The collection also honours the contribution of Robert B. Kaplan to the field. more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2003; US$ 150.00
This is a book about comparison in linguistics in general, rather than 'contrastive analysis' as a distinct branch of linguistics. It addresses the question 'Does the analytical apparatus used by linguists allow comparisons to be made across languages?' Four major domains are considered in turn: derivational morphology, syntax, semantics & pragmatics,... more...
- Oxford University Press 1996; US$ 41.99
An examination of various discourse genres, showing how choices among linguistic resources are mediated by self-expressive choices. Linguistic consistency across various situations is discussed with the question of how, if language is fundamentally idiosyncratic, people can understand one another. more...
- Edinburgh University Press 2007; US$ 79.60
Historical Linguistics - the study of language change - is a major field in linguistics. With its long history and numerous subfields of its own, Historical Linguistics provides challenges to both beginning students and scholars not specialized in this field. This Glossary meets these challenges by providing accessible and widely representative definitions,... more...
- Edinburgh University Press 2007; US$ 89.55
The book that tells you all the things you felt you were expected to know about linguistics, but were afraid to ask about. What do you know about Burushaski and Miwok?; What?s the difference between paradigmatic and syntagmatic?; What is E-language?; What is a language?; What does the symbol ?*? mean in linguistics?; What do you call the letter ð?;... more...
- Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG 2006; US$ 219.00
Whereas computer systems can easily handle even complicated and nonlinear mathematical models, human information processing is mainly based on linguistic knowledge. So the main advantage of using linguistic terms even with vague ranges is the intuitive interpretability of linguistic rules.Ishibuchi and his coauthors explain how classification and modeling... more...