The Linguistics Student's Handbook

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The Linguistics Student's Handbook
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations and Conventions Used in the Text ix
  • Part I- Some Fundamentals of Linguistics 1
  • 1 - Language 3
  • 2 - Accent, Dialect, Variety 7
  • 3 - Linguistics 11
  • 4 - Grammar 19
  • 5 - Parts of Speech 25
  • 6 - Rules 33
  • 7 - The Saussurean Dichotomies 41
  • 8 - Chomsky’s Influence 47
  • 9 - Form and Function 57
  • 10 - Contrast and Substitution 61
  • 11 - Binarity 64
  • 12 - Trees 68
  • 13 - State versus Process 73
  • 14 - Native Speaker 76
  • 15 - The Data of Linguistics 81
  • Part II- Notation and Terminology 93
  • 16 - Notational Conventions 95
  • 17 - Frequent Abbreviations and Initialisms 104
  • 18 - Terminology- Ambiguity 107
  • 19 - Terminology- Synonymy 116
  • Part III- Reading Linguistics 125
  • 20 - The International Phonetic Association 127
  • 21 - Reading Phonetics and Phonology 131
  • 22 - Foreign Expressions 137
  • 23 - Letters, Accents and Diacritics 139
  • 24 - Journals 142
  • 25 - Linguists’ Names 147
  • 26 - Laws and Principles 150
  • 27 - Statistics 162
  • 28 - Some on-Line Resources for Linguists 171
  • Part IV- Writing and Presenting Linguistics 175
  • 29 - Essay Writing 177
  • 30 - Glosses 185
  • 31 - Use versus Mention 190
  • 32 - Reification 192
  • 33 - Spelling 195
  • Part V- Bibliographies 197
  • 34 - Citation Etiquette 199
  • 35 - Reference Lists 208
  • Part VI- Language File 219
  • Language File 221
  • Index 382
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