This Collection, composed of altogether 19 reissued titles in three sub-sets from The Athlone Press, Cassell and Frances Pinter, offers a distinguished selection of titles that showcase the breadth of linguistics, spanning from language learning and the classic questions of linguistics to the challenges of teaching artificial intelligence to think and speak. This wide-reaching sub-set with seven titles concerns itself with the classical questions of linguistics: how does language develop? How is meaning conveyed? What is language? What relation exists between language, meaning and culture? All titles can be acquired either individually or as set. The set Open Linguistics includes: Into the Mother Tongue: A Case Study in Early Language Development by Clare Painter The Intonation Systems of English by Paul Tench Studies in Systemic Phonology by Paul Tench Ways of Saying, Ways of Meaning by Ruqaiya Hasan The Case for Lexicase: An Outline of Lexicase Grammatical Theory by Stanley Starosta Semiotics of Culture and Language - Vol.1: Language as a Social Semiotic and Semiotics of Culture and Language - Vol.2: Language and Other Semiotic Systems of Culture by Robin P. Fawcett, M.A.K. Halliday, Sydney Lamb and Adam Makkai
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 283
Weight: 3478 g
Dimensions: 243 x 166 x 132 mm
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