[Linguistics - A Reader]
Ed. by Hoffmann, Ludger
Series:De Gruyter Studium
Aims and Scope
The book contains classic and introductory texts to the core areas of linguistics, for example by Humboldt, de Saussure, Bloomfield, Bühler, Wittgenstein, Chomsky, Austin, Grice, Tomasello and others. Introductory texts provide an overview followed by transcripts and exercises for practice. The book provides a good introduction to the fundamentals of linguistics and is an ideal resource for exam preparation and for gaining an in-depth understanding of the subject. It is now available in a third, updated and expanded edition. The didactic orientation has been strengthened to meet the needs of Bachelor students.
- Introduction to the fundamentals of linguistics
- Contains transcripts, exercises and data for practice
- Suitable for Bachelor students
- Third, updated and expanded edition
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- xvi, 951 pages
- num. fig. and tabl.
- Type of Publication:
- Linguistics; Language Theory
- Students, Lecturer
MARC recordMARC record for eBook
"This is a very well-written book that presents central important issues of
linguistics with excerpts from the classic academic literature. This book is
ideal for university classes in German linguistics."
Petra-Kristin Bonitz in: Linguist List 22.450