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The Resource Modern schools of linguistic thought : a crash course, Zeki Hamawand

Modern schools of linguistic thought : a crash course, Zeki Hamawand

Label
Modern schools of linguistic thought : a crash course
Title
Modern schools of linguistic thought
Title remainder
a crash course
Statement of responsibility
Zeki Hamawand
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
YDX
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Hamawand, Zeki
Dewey number
401
Index
index present
LC call number
P121
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Linguistics
Label
Modern schools of linguistic thought : a crash course, Zeki Hamawand
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Tables -- 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Concepts -- 1.2 Language -- 1.2.1 What Is Language? -- 1.2.2 Why Study Language? -- 1.2.3 Modes -- 1.2.4 Properties -- 1.3 Linguistics -- 1.3.1 What Is Linguistics? -- 1.3.2 Why Study Linguistics? -- 1.3.3 Axes -- 1.3.4 Characteristics -- 1.4 Summary -- 2: Theoretical Paradigms -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Origin-Centered Paradigms -- 2.2.1 Comparative Linguistics -- 2.2.2 Historical Linguistics -- 2.2.3 Comparison -- 2.3 Form-Centered Paradigms -- 2.3.1 Structural Linguistics
  • 2.3.2 Generative Linguistics -- 2.3.3 Comparison -- 2.4 Meaning-Centered Paradigms -- 2.4.1 Functional Linguistics -- 2.4.2 Cognitive Linguistics -- 2.4.3 Comparison -- 2.5 Summary -- 3: Grammatical Models -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.1.1 What Is Grammar? -- 3.1.2 Why Study Grammar? -- 3.2 Rule-Concerned Grammars -- 3.2.1 Prescriptive Grammar -- 3.2.2 Descriptive Grammar -- 3.2.3 Comparison -- 3.3 Form-Concerned Grammars -- 3.3.1 Structural Grammar -- 3.3.2 Generative Grammar -- 3.3.3 Comparison -- 3.4 Meaning-Concerned Grammars -- 3.4.1 Functional Grammar
  • 3.4.2 Cognitive Grammar -- 3.4.3 Comparison -- 3.5 Summary -- 4: Interdisciplinary Fields -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 What is an Interdisciplinary Field? -- 4.1.2 Why Study an Interdisciplinary Field? -- 4.2 Head-Focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.2.1 Psycholinguistics -- 4.2.2 Neurolinguistics -- 4.2.3 Comparison -- 4.3 Society-focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.3.1 Sociolinguistics -- 4.3.2 Anthropolinguistics -- 4.3.3 Comparison -- 4.4 Style-Focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.4.1 Literary Linguistics -- 4.4.2 Forensic Linguistics -- 4.4.3 Comparison
  • 4.5 Environment-Focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.5.1 Geolinguistics -- 4.5.2 Ecolinguistics -- 4.5.3 Comparison -- 4.6 Summary -- 5: Practical Applications -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.1.1 What Is a Practical Application? -- 5.1.2 Why Study a Practical Application? -- 5.2 Teaching-related Applications -- 5.2.1 Applied Linguistics -- 5.2.2 Contrastive Linguistics -- 5.2.3 Comparison -- 5.3 Text-related Applications -- 5.3.1 Discourse Analysis -- 5.3.2 Text Linguistics -- 5.3.3 Comparison -- 5.4 Speech-related Applications -- 5.4.1 Developmental Linguistics
  • 5.4.2 Clinical Linguistics -- 5.4.3 Comparison -- 5.5 Language-related Applications -- 5.5.1 Field Linguistics -- 5.5.2 Documentary Linguistics -- 5.5.3 Comparison -- 5.6 Summary -- 6: Technical Methods -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.1.1 What Is a Technical Method? -- 6.1.2 Why Study a Technical Method? -- 6.2 Data Collection -- 6.2.1 Intuition -- 6.2.2 Elicitation -- 6.2.3 Observation -- 6.2.4 Experimentation -- 6.3 Corpus Linguistics -- 6.3.1 Quantitative Corpus Analyses -- 6.3.2 Qualitative Corpus Analyses -- 6.3.3 Comparison -- 6.4 Computational Linguistics
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030425777
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1155397936
  • (OCoLC)1155397936
Label
Modern schools of linguistic thought : a crash course, Zeki Hamawand
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Tables -- 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Concepts -- 1.2 Language -- 1.2.1 What Is Language? -- 1.2.2 Why Study Language? -- 1.2.3 Modes -- 1.2.4 Properties -- 1.3 Linguistics -- 1.3.1 What Is Linguistics? -- 1.3.2 Why Study Linguistics? -- 1.3.3 Axes -- 1.3.4 Characteristics -- 1.4 Summary -- 2: Theoretical Paradigms -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Origin-Centered Paradigms -- 2.2.1 Comparative Linguistics -- 2.2.2 Historical Linguistics -- 2.2.3 Comparison -- 2.3 Form-Centered Paradigms -- 2.3.1 Structural Linguistics
  • 2.3.2 Generative Linguistics -- 2.3.3 Comparison -- 2.4 Meaning-Centered Paradigms -- 2.4.1 Functional Linguistics -- 2.4.2 Cognitive Linguistics -- 2.4.3 Comparison -- 2.5 Summary -- 3: Grammatical Models -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.1.1 What Is Grammar? -- 3.1.2 Why Study Grammar? -- 3.2 Rule-Concerned Grammars -- 3.2.1 Prescriptive Grammar -- 3.2.2 Descriptive Grammar -- 3.2.3 Comparison -- 3.3 Form-Concerned Grammars -- 3.3.1 Structural Grammar -- 3.3.2 Generative Grammar -- 3.3.3 Comparison -- 3.4 Meaning-Concerned Grammars -- 3.4.1 Functional Grammar
  • 3.4.2 Cognitive Grammar -- 3.4.3 Comparison -- 3.5 Summary -- 4: Interdisciplinary Fields -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 What is an Interdisciplinary Field? -- 4.1.2 Why Study an Interdisciplinary Field? -- 4.2 Head-Focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.2.1 Psycholinguistics -- 4.2.2 Neurolinguistics -- 4.2.3 Comparison -- 4.3 Society-focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.3.1 Sociolinguistics -- 4.3.2 Anthropolinguistics -- 4.3.3 Comparison -- 4.4 Style-Focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.4.1 Literary Linguistics -- 4.4.2 Forensic Linguistics -- 4.4.3 Comparison
  • 4.5 Environment-Focused Interdisciplinaries -- 4.5.1 Geolinguistics -- 4.5.2 Ecolinguistics -- 4.5.3 Comparison -- 4.6 Summary -- 5: Practical Applications -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.1.1 What Is a Practical Application? -- 5.1.2 Why Study a Practical Application? -- 5.2 Teaching-related Applications -- 5.2.1 Applied Linguistics -- 5.2.2 Contrastive Linguistics -- 5.2.3 Comparison -- 5.3 Text-related Applications -- 5.3.1 Discourse Analysis -- 5.3.2 Text Linguistics -- 5.3.3 Comparison -- 5.4 Speech-related Applications -- 5.4.1 Developmental Linguistics
  • 5.4.2 Clinical Linguistics -- 5.4.3 Comparison -- 5.5 Language-related Applications -- 5.5.1 Field Linguistics -- 5.5.2 Documentary Linguistics -- 5.5.3 Comparison -- 5.6 Summary -- 6: Technical Methods -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.1.1 What Is a Technical Method? -- 6.1.2 Why Study a Technical Method? -- 6.2 Data Collection -- 6.2.1 Intuition -- 6.2.2 Elicitation -- 6.2.3 Observation -- 6.2.4 Experimentation -- 6.3 Corpus Linguistics -- 6.3.1 Quantitative Corpus Analyses -- 6.3.2 Qualitative Corpus Analyses -- 6.3.3 Comparison -- 6.4 Computational Linguistics
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030425777
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1155397936
  • (OCoLC)1155397936

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