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An introduction to language

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Fromkin, Victoria. Rodman, Robert, joint author.
Title Statement
An introduction to language / [by] Victoria Fromkin [and] Robert Rodman.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Holt, Rinehart and Winston,   c1974.  
Physical Medium
x, 357 p. : illus. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0030919959
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographies.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Language and languages.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅴ
1 What Is Language? = 1
 LINGUISTIC KNOWLEDGE = 2
 WHAT YOU KNOW AND WHAT YOU DO : LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE AND PERFORMANCE = 6
 WHAT IS A GRAMMAR? = 9
  Summary = 12 
  Exercises = 13
  References = 14
2 In the Beginning : Language Origin = 15
 GOD'S GIFT TO MAN? = 17
 THE FIRST LANGUAGE = 19
 MAN'S INVENTION OR THE CRIES OF NATURE? = 22
 MAN'S ORIGIN IS LANGUAGE ORIGIN = 25
  Summary = 27
  Exercises = 28
  References = 29
3 The Sounds of Language : Phonetics = 30
 THE PHONETIC ALPHABET = 32
 ARTICULATORY PHONETICS = 40
 PHONETIC FEATURES = 43
  Airstream Mechanisms = 43
  Voiced and Voiceless Sounds = 43
  Nasal vs. Oral Sounds = 45
  Articulatory Modification of Sounds = 47
  Manners of Articulation = 48
  Vowels = 54
 NATURAL CLASSES = 58
 PITCH = 60
  Tone = 60
  Intonation = 61
 STRESS = 62
  Summary = 64
  Exercises = 65
  References = 68
4 The Sound Patterns of Language : Phonology = 69
 PHONEMES : THE PHONOLOGICAL UNITS OF LANGUAGE = 70
 SEQUENCES OF PHONEMES = 78
 THE RULES OF PHONOLOGY = 79
 THE FORMALIZATION OF PHONOLOGICAL RULES = 90
  Summary = 93
  Exercises = 94
  References = 99
5 What Does It Mean? = 100
 MORPHEMES : THE MINIMAL UNITS OF MEANING = 101
 MORPHOLOGY AND SYNTAX = 106
 THE MEANING OF MORPHEMES AND WORDS = 108
 HOMONYMS (HOMOPHONES) : SAME SOUNDS, DIFFERENT MEANINGS = 111
 SYNONYMS : DIFFERENT SOUNDS, SIMILAR MEANINGS = 115
 ANTONYMS : DIFFERENT SOUNDS, OPPOSITE MEANINGS = 117
 COMPOUNDS AND IDIOMS = 119
 SENSE AND REFERENCE = 121
 THE "TRUTH" OF SENTENCES = 122
 MEANING, SENSE, NO SENSE, NONSENSE = 125
 THE MEANING OF "MEANING" = 128
  Summary = 130
  Exercises = 131
  References = 135
6 The Sentence Patterns of Language : Syntax = 136
 THE RULES OF SYNTAX = 136
 PHRASE-STRUCTURE RULES = 139
 FITTING THE MORPHEMES IN = 146
 THE INFINITUDE OF LANGUAGE : RECURSIVE RULES = 148
 AMBIGUITY REVISITED = 152
 GENERATIVE GRAMMARS = 154
 TRANSFORMATIONAL RULES = 156
 MORE NONSENSE = 163
 WHAT A TRANSFORMATIONAL RULE LOOKS LIKE = 164
 A TRANSFORMATIONAL-GENERATIVE GRAMMAR = 166
  Summary = 167
  Exercises = 168
  References = 172
7 Animal "Languages" = 173
 THE BIRDS AND THE BEES = 176
 DOLPHINS = 180
 CLEVER HANS = 182
 GUA, VIKI, WASHOE, SARAH = 183
 Summary 188 Exercises 188 References = 189
8 The Syllables of Time : Language Change = 191
 KINDS OF LANGUAGE CHANGE = 194
  Phonological Change = 194
  Syntactic Change = 197
  Lexical Change = 202
  Semantic Change = 207
 WHY DO LANGUAGES CHANGE? = 210
 THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE CHANGE = 213
 HISTORICAL EVIDENCE = 216
 LINGUISTIC PALEONTOLOGY = 218
  Summary = 220
  Exercises = 220
  References = 222
9 The Tower of Babel : Languages of the World = 224
 LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS = 225
 HOW LANGUAGES DIFFER = 227
 TYPES OF LANGUAGES = 230
 WHY LANGUAGES DIFFER AND YET REMAIN THE SAME = 234
 THE GENETIC CLASSIFICATION OF LANGUAGES = 236
  Summary = 246
  Exercises = 247
  References = 251
10 The Diversity of Language = 252
 DIALECTS = 252
 REGIONAL DIALECTS AND ACCENTS = 253
 THE "STANDARD" = 257
 BLACK ENGLISH = 258
 LINGUA FRANCAS = 266
 PIDGINS AND CREOLES = 266
 ARTIFICIAL LANGUAGES = 269
 ARGOT, CANT, JARGON, SLANG = 271
 LANGUAGE GAMES = 273
  Summary = 275
  Exercises = 276
  References = 279
11 The ABCs of Language : Writing = 280
 THE HISTORY OF WRITING = 282
  Pictograms and Ideograms = 283
  Cuneiform Writing = 285
  The Rebus Principle = 286
  Syllabic Writing Systems = 286
  From Hieroglyphs to the Alphabet = 287
 MODERN TYPES OF WRITING SYSTEMS = 289
 WRITING AND SPEECH = 294
 SPELLING = 296
 SPELLING PRONUNCIATIONS = 300
 GRAFFITI = 302
 Summary 303 Exercises 304 References = 306
12 The Gray Matter of Language : Language and the Brain = 307
 LANGUAGE AND THE LEFT HEMISPHERE = 308
 THE ACQUISITION OF LANGUAGE = 316
  Summary = 323
  Exercises = 324
  References = 326
13 Language in the Computer Age = 327
 AUTOMATIC MACHINE TRANSLATION = 328
 DICTIONARY APPLICATIONS = 332
 TEXT PROCESSING = 333
 GRAMMAR TESTING = 334
 SENTENCE PARSING = 335
 TRANSFORMATIONAL PARSING = 336
 TALKING MACHINES = 336
 MATHEMATICAL LINGUISTICS = 341
  Summary = 346
  Exercises = 347
  References = 349
Index = 351


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