Anthropological Linguistics An Introduction

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    This is the first comprehensive textbook in anthropological linguistics to be published for very many years. It provides a remarkably complete and authoritative review of research questions which span the disciplines of linguinitics and anthropology, yet presents a coherent, unified, biologically based view of this cross-disciplinary field.Anthropological linguistics is concerned with the place of language in its social and cultural context, with understanding the role of language in forging and sustaining cultural practices and social structures. While anthropological concept of culture, its subject matter ranges cry widely: from cognitive or psychologically oriented topics such as linguistic, relativity or universals of color terminology, to sociocultural issues such as language and gender, politeness, socialization, language contact, and linguistic engineering. All these topics and many more are addressed here, supported by examples and illustrations from an array of languages, especially those of Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
    • Publisher : Wiley-Blackwell (August 4, 1997)
    • Language : English
    • Paperback : 514 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 0631151222
    • ISBN-13 : 978-0631151227
    • Item Weight : 1.67 pounds
    • Dimensions : 6.05 x 1.11 x 9.05 inches
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