GEN102 - Language and Linguistics
INTRODUCTION TO THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS - JOHN LYONS.pdf
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John Lyons was born and brought up in Stretford , Lancashire now in Trafford. - Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….
By John Lyons. Cambridge: University Press, At a time when many introductory linguistics texts are on the market, it's a bit surprising for yet another to be published; but this one stands apart from the rest. It differs from Lyons' earlier Introduction to theoretical linguistics in that it is 'broader in coverage, and less demanding in its central chapters' p. It differs from the typical crop of texts published in America in that it does not deal with issues peripheral to linguistics, such as animal communication or kinesics, but concentrates on topics which are clearly central. In Chaps. Of all our subdisciplines, phonology has the longest continuous history and is probably the most highly developed; a more thorough examination of phonological processes would have been a good way of showing students how linguists work.
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