The Linguistics Encyclopedia is a practical and stimulating resource,
featuring contributions from international leaders in the field, such
as Nicholas Coupland, Malcolm Coulthard, Adam Jaworski and Molly Mack. Entries are
alphabetically arranged and extensively cross-referenced, and include
suggestions for further reading. This A-Z encyclopedia covers over 150 areas of linguistics such as
phonetics, dyslexia, semantics, grammar, phonology, rhetoric,
stylistics, the origin of languages, writing systems, historical
linguistics, pidgins, psycholinguistics, speech therapy, and
lexicography.For anyone with and academic or
professional interest in language, The Linguistics Encyclopedia is an
indispensable reference tool.
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