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ERIC Number: ED018170
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1958
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A COURSE IN MODERN LINGUISTICS.
HOCKETT, CHARLES F.
INTENDED AS AN INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE LINGUISTICS TEXT, THIS BOOK PRESENTS IN AN ORDERLY, AUTONOMOUS WAY THE GENERALLY ACCEPTED FACTS AND PRINCIPLES OF LINGUISTICS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE A PROFESSIONAL NEED TO KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT LANGUAGE. DIVIDED INTO TWELVE SECTIONS, THE BOOK DESCRIBES IN DETAIL IN A PART DEVOTED TO PHONOLOGY, (1) PHONEMES, (2) PHONEMIC NOTATION, ARRANGEMENTS, REDUNDANCY, SYSTEMS, AND ANALYSIS, (3) ENGLISH INTONATION, ACCENT, AND JUNCTURE, (4) PHONETICS, AND (5) PHONEMES AND SOUND. ANOTHER LENGTHY PORTION ON GRAMMATICAL SYSTEMS TREATS SUCH TOPICS AS (1) IMMEDIATE CONSTITUENTS, (2) FORM CLASSES AND CONSTRUCTION, (3) MORPHOLOGY AND SYNTAX, (4) ENDOCENTRIC AND EXOCENTRIC SYNTACTICAL CONSTRUCTION-TYPES AND KINDS OF SYNTACTICAL LINKAGE, (5) WORDS, SENTENCES, AND CLAUSES, (6) INFLECTION AND PARTS OF SPEECH, (7) GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES, (8) DERIVATIONS, (9) SURFACE AND DEEP GRAMMAR, (10) SUBSTITUTES, AND (11) GRAMMATICAL CORE. ALSO HIGHLIGHTED ARE PARTS DEVOTED TO PHYLOGENY, LINGUISTIC PREHISTORY, MORPHOPHONEMIC SYSTEMS, AND SYNCHRONIC DIALECTOLOGY. OTHER SEGMENTS DEAL WITH MAN'S PLACE IN NATURE, LITERATURE, WRITING, IDIOMS, PHONOLOGICAL AND GRAMMATICAL LEVELS OF PATTERNING, AND LINGUISTIC ONTOGENY. AN APPENDIX OF LANGUAGE NAMES IS INCLUDED. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FOR $8.50 FROM THE MACMILLAN COMPANY (SCHOOL DEPARTMENT), 866 THIRD AVENUE, NEW YORK. (AB)
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