This is a guide to finding the best resources for research in Linguistics.
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What are Secondary Sources? Journal articles & chapters etc... written about a work and offering a critical view of the work.
What are Primary Sources? Original works of literature and uninterpreted information about an event or period of time.
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Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Filled with thought-provoking examples, photos, quotes, cases & stories that spark students’ interest & challenge them to reconsider existing viewpoints... Using a historical framework that places current topics in context, Jandt integrates media as a variable in advancing issues & ideas, offers a full chapter on women, and family, and retains his non-biased presentation of all cultures & ethnic groups.
Andrew Carnie's bestselling textbook on syntax has guided thousands of students through the discipline of theoretical syntax; retaining its popularity due to its combination of straightforward language, comprehensive coverage, and numerous exercises.
Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Fieldwork
A state-of-the-art guide to linguistic fieldwork, reflecting its collaborative nature across the subfields of linguistics and disciplines such as astronomy, anthropology, biology, musicology, and ethnography. Experienced scholars and fieldworkers explain the methods and approaches needed to understand a language in its full cultural context and to document it accessibly and enduringly.
Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics
The only volume to offer hands-on information about the wide range of research philosophies, methods and tools used across linguistics, phonetics, and speech science, as applied to disordered speech and language.
The Handbook of Bilingualism and Multilingualism
Comprising state-of-the-art research, this substantially expanded and revised Handbook discusses the latest global and interdisciplinary issues across bilingualism and multilingualism. Includes the addition of ten new authors to the contributor team, and coverage of seven new topics ranging from global media to heritage language learning
Hoff helps readers understand different theoretical points of view-- and the research processes that have lead theorists to their findings. After an overview and history of the field, Hoff thoroughly covers the biological bases of language development and the core topics of phonological, lexical, and syntactic development.
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