The Routledge Linguistics Encyclopedia is a single-volume encyclopedia covering all major and subsidiary areas of linguistics and applied linguistics. The seventy nine entries provide in-depth coverage of the topics and sub-topics of the
Entries are alphabetically arranged and extensively cross-referenced so the reader can see how areas interrelate. Including a substantial introduction which provides a potted history of linguistics and suggestions for further reading, this is an indispensable reference tool for specialists and non-specialists alike.
This third edition has been thoroughly revised
and updated, with new entries on:
Attitudes to Language
English Language Teaching
Gesture and Language
Language and Advertising
Language and New Technologies
Linguistics in Schools
Research Methods in Linguistics
The following entries have been recommissioned or substantially revised:
Animals and Language, Artificial Languages, Computational Linguistics to Language Engineering, Contrastive Analysis/Contrastive Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Dialectology, Discourse Analysis, Dyslexia, Genre Analysis, Historical Linguistics, Intonation, Language and Education, Language, Gender and Sexuality, Language Origins, Language Surveys, Language Universals, Linguistic Typology, Metaphor, Pragmatics, Rhetoric, Semantics, Semiotics, Sociolinguistics, Stylistics, Systemic-Functional Grammar, Writing Systems.
Professor of Translation Studies and Literary Translation at Middlesex University, UK.
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