By Alessandro Duranti
A significant other to Linguistic Anthropology presents a chain of in-depth explorations of key techniques and methods by way of many of the students whose paintings constitutes the theoretical and methodological foundations of the modern research of language as tradition.
- Provides a definitive evaluate of the sector of linguistic anthropology, produced from unique contributions by means of top students within the field
- Summarizes previous and modern examine around the box and is meant to spur scholars and students to pursue new paths within the coming decades
- Includes a finished bibliography of over 2000 entries designed as a source for somebody looking a consultant to the literature of linguistic anthropology
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