- Null Subjects Hardback (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics)
- In this book, JosÃ© Camacho provides an accessible and original account of null subject phenomena, reviews the key notions of null subject analyses over the past 30 years and encompasses the most recent findings and developments.
- Linguistics and Evolution
- Evolutionary linguistics - an approach to language study that takes into account our origins and development as a species - has rapidly developed in recent years. Informed by the latest findings in evolutionary theory, this book sets language within the context of human biology and development, taking ideas from fields such as psychology, neurology, biology, anthropology, genetics and cognitive science.
- Linguistics and the Teacher (Routledge Library Editions: Education)
- Linguistics and the Teacher is a collection of essays by linguists on different aspects of the relationship between linguistics and education. All the contributors are united in their belief that linguistics should be a central element in the education of teachers, and argue for principled and systematic analysis in the study of the role of language in learning.
- Using Computers in Linguistics: A Practical Guide
- Computing has had a dramatic impact on the discipline of linguistics and is shaping the way we conceptualize both linguistics and language. Using Computers in Linguistics provides a non-technical introduction to recent developments in linguistic computing and offers specific guidance to the linguist or language professional who wishes to take advantage of them.
- A Word on Linguistics
- A Word on Linguistics is designed with the objectives of meeting the preliminary needs of students interested in linguistics. Furthermore, the book is an attempt to provide a brief-and-easy collection of essential terms common in Linguistics.
- How Children Learn Language (Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics)
- Demonstrating how children learn to produce and distinguish between sounds, and their acquisition of words and meanings, this book explains their incredible mastery of language. William O'Grady provides readers with an overview not only of the language acquisition process itself, but also of the ingenious experiments and techniques that researchers use to investigate this mysterious phenomenon.
- Language Change: Progress or Decay? (Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics)
- This book gives a lucid and up-to-date overview of language change, discussing where our evidence about language change comes from, how and why changes happen, and how languages begin and end. It considers both changes that occurred long ago, and those currently in progress. This substantially revised third edition includes two new chapters on change of meaning and grammaticalization.
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