Some new directions in linguistics. Roger W. Shuy, editor.


Washington, Georgetown University Press [1973] .
ISBN 0878400126

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Subjects Linguistics.
Description vii, 149 p. illus. 23 cm.
Notes Consists of 6 lectures delivered at the School of Languages and Linguistics at Georgetown University, 1971-72.
Includes bibliographies.
Also issued online.
Contents Carden, G. Dialect variation and abstract syntax.--Di Pietro, R. J. New vistas in a post-transformational era.--Green, G. M. How to get people to do things with words: the question of whimperatives.--Fidelholtz, J. L. The methodology and motivation of transformational grammar.--Whitaker, H. A. Comments on the innateness of language.--Williams, F. Some recent studies of language attitudes.
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