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Subjects (1-43 of 43)
Linguistics
1

-- See Also the narrower term Analogy (Linguistics)


2

-- See Also the narrower term Anthropological linguistics


3

-- See Also the narrower term Applied linguistics


4

-- See Also the narrower term Areal linguistics


5

-- See Also the narrower term Binary principle (Linguistics)


6

-- See Also the narrower term Biolinguistics


7

-- See Also the narrower term Code switching (Linguistics)


Here are entered works on switching from one language to another by bilingual members of a speech community. Works on the simultaneous coexistence of two forms of the same language in a speech community are entered under the heading Diglossia (Linguistics). Works on using more than one writing system simultaneously are entered under the heading Script switching (Linguistics).
8

-- See Also the narrower term Connotation (Linguistics)


9

-- See Also the narrower term Context (Linguistics)



--subdivision Context under names of languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Context
10

-- See Also the narrower term Contrastive linguistics


Here are entered works which compare or contrast two or more languages with the aim of finding principles which can be applied to practical problems in language teaching and translation. Works which compare languages or groups of languages for the specific purpose of determining their common origin, or discuss the method of their comparison, as represented by 19th century comparative philology and its subsequent developments, are entered under the heading Comparative linguistics.
11

-- See Also the narrower term Creativity (Linguistics)


12

-- See Also the narrower term Definiteness (Linguistics)



--subdivision Definiteness under individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Definiteness
13

-- See Also the narrower term Distinctive features (Linguistics)


Here are entered works which describe the functional differentiation of one linguistic unit from another. The term is usually applied in phonology, where phonemes may be defined in terms of groups of specific phonetic properties, such as voice; or acoustic criteria, such as sonority.
14

-- See Also the narrower term Ecolinguistics


15

-- See Also the narrower term Forensic linguistics


16

-- See Also the narrower term Formalization (Linguistics)


17

-- See Also the narrower term Fossilization (Linguistics)


18

-- See Also the narrower term Functionalism (Linguistics)


19

-- See Also the narrower term Genericalness (Linguistics)


20

-- See Also the narrower term Grammar, Comparative and general


Here are entered: 1. Works comparing and classifying the grammatical structure of genetically unrelated languages or groups of languages; 2. Works in which the principles of grammar in general are discussed, i.e. general, philosophical or universal grammar. Works which present a specific comparison of the grammars of two or more languages or groups of languages are entered under the name of the language, with the subdivision Grammar, Comparative, e.g. 1. Slavic languages--Grammar, Comparative; or, 1. Russian language--Grammar, Comparative--English. 2. English language--Grammar, Comparative--Russian; or, 1. Slavic languages--Grammar, Comparative--Germanic. 2 Germanic languages--Grammar, Comparative--Slavic.

--subdivision Grammar, Comparative under names of languages
21

-- See Also the narrower term Graphemics



--subdivision Graphemics under individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Graphemics
22

-- See Also the narrower term Hierarchy (Linguistics)


23

-- See Also the narrower term Historical linguistics


24

-- See Also the narrower term Idioms



--subdivision Idioms under individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Idioms
25

-- See Also the narrower term Integrational linguistics (Oxford school)


26

-- See Also Language and languages


Here are entered works on language in general, works on the origin and history of language, and surveys of languages. Works dealing with the scientific study of human speech, including phonetics, phonemics, morphology and syntax, are entered under Linguistics.

--individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language; Semitic languages; also subdivision Language under names of individual corporate bodies, names of individual persons, and under classes of persons, disciplines, types of publications and individual wars; and subdivision Languages under names of countries, cities, etc., and under ethnic groups
27

-- See Also Language and languages


Here are entered works on language in general, works on the origin and history of language, and surveys of languages. Works dealing with the scientific study of human speech, including phonetics, phonemics, morphology and syntax, are entered under Linguistics.

--individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language; Semitic languages; also subdivision Language under names of individual corporate bodies, names of individual persons, and under classes of persons, disciplines, types of newspapers and individual wars; and subdivision Languages under names of countries, cities, etc., and under ethnic groups
28

-- See Also the narrower term Linguistic models


29

-- See Also the narrower term Linguistic universals


30

-- See Also the narrower term Mathematical linguistics


31

-- See Also the narrower term Meaning-text theory (Linguistics)


32

-- See Also the narrower term Modality (Linguistics)



--subdivision Modality under names of languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Modality
33

-- See Also the narrower term Perspective (Linguistics)


34

-- See Also the narrower term Phonetics


Here are entered works on the study and systematic classification of the sounds of speech, including their production, physical properties, and effect on the ear. Works on the way that sounds are combined, organized and convey meaning in languages are entered under Grammar, Comparative and general--Phonology.

--subdivision Phonetics under individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Phonetics
35

-- See Also the narrower term Prosodic analysis (Linguistics)



--subdivision Prosodic analysis under names of languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Prosodic analysis
36

-- See Also the narrower term Psycholinguistics



--subdivision Psychological aspects under names of languages, e.g. English language--Psychological aspects
37

-- See Also the narrower term Reference (Linguistics)



--subdivision Reference under individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Reference
38

-- See Also the narrower term Sequence (Linguistics)


39

-- See Also the narrower term Sociolinguistics



--subdivision Social aspects under names of languages, e.g. English language--Social aspects
40

-- See Also the narrower term Speech acts (Linguistics)


41

-- See Also the narrower term Structural linguistics


42

-- See Also the narrower term Subjectivity (Linguistics)


43

-- See Also the narrower term Translanguaging (Linguistics)


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