John Doe

Speak into the Mirror: A Story of Linguistic Anthropology

1988 (Copyright)

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Author John Doe
Imprint University Press of America
Copyright Holder University Press of America, Inc.
About/Subject Linguistic Anthropology
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Date
Copyright 1988
Format Paperback
Publication Location Lanham, MD; London, England
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Page Count 312 pages
Language English
Chapters Talking about Talk

PART I: STRUCTURALIST LINGUISTICS
Mickey Mouse, Washoe, and Linguistics
A Structuralist Primer
Phonology
Morphology and Syntax
Unity out of Diversity: On Language Universals
The Glue of Social Life: Sociolinguistics
The Genesis of Language

PART II: BOASIAN ETHNOGRAPHY
Boasian Ethnography and the Study of Language
Meanings and Communities
Ethnography of Communication as Cultural Critique

PART III: TRANSLINGUISTICS
An Introduction to Translinguistics
Aspects of Translinguistics
Anthropologist as Translinguist
A Translinguistic History of Western Linguistics
Summary and Resources
Notes Printed in the United States of America

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