Toward a History of American Linguistics

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS AND TERMS

a
A.
Adequacy criterion: 134 , 232
Allomorph: 85
American Anthropological Association (AAA): 27
American Bible Association: 28
American Ethnological Society: 26 , 27
American Indian languages
(see also under Languages): 42 , 43 , 46 , 51 , 225 , 226
-study of ~: 5 , 18 , 18 , 19 , 20-26passim,30
American linguistics: 23et passim
-historiography of ~: 1-16passim (and throughout the book)
American Oriental Society: 26
American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia): 7 n, 24 , 25 , 226
Americanist liguistics: 9 , 18
-history of: 17-38passim
Anthropological linguistics: 18 , 48 , 54
Anthropology: 40 , 63 , 78 , 195
Applied Linguistics: 4 , 79
Arabic studies: 8
Arbitrariness of the sign: 65 , 69
Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (Chomsky): 11 , 107 , 108 , 116 , 137 , 141 , 176 , 187 , 197
Autonomous syntax: 127

b
B.
Baffin Island: 77
Base form: 228
Behaviorist psychology: 66 , 67 , 80
Bilingualism: 256 n, 264 , 268-269 , 273
Bildung:44
Black English: 257 , 269 , 271
Bloomfieldian linguistics
(see also under Language [Bloomfield] and Descriptive linguistics): 82 , 84 , 88 , 105 , 136 , 164 , 174 , 245 , 286
Brazilian languages: 19
Bureau of American Ethnology (Washington, D.C.): 26

c
C.
Cartesian Linguistics (Chomsky): 2 , 146 , 241 , 258 , 285 , 286 , 295
Castillian grammar: 19
Categories, grammatical
(see also Linguistic categories): 51
Chicago Linguistics Society (CLS): 113 , 114
Child language: 268 n
Classification of languages
(see also Language typology): 30 n, 45 , 46
Climate of opinion (Becker): 298
Cognitive linguistics: 126
Colleges (in North America):
-Gratz (Philadelphia): 222
-Dropsie (Philadelphia): 222
Colour perception: 54
Comparative-historical linguistics
(see also Historical linguistics): 17 , 29 , 153 , 212
'competence' (vs 'performance'): 106 , 107 , 138 , 139 , 141
Connotation: 83
'context of situation' (Firth): 115
Contextualization: 83
Cours de linguistique générale (Saussure): 9 , 10 , 11 , 65-70passim,78 n, 131 , 132 , 135 , 139 , 141 , 144 , 145 , 146 , 293 , 296
-English translation of ~: 11 , 132
Course in Modern Linguistics, A (Hockett): ix , 83 n, 83 , 159 n

d
D.
Data orientation (vs Theory orientation): 75
Déduction: 106
Deep grammar, see Surface grammar 'deep' vs 'surface' structure: 94 , 109 , 147
Denotation: 83
Derivational constraints: 120

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