DeMiller, Anna L. This guide, with 1,039 annotated listings, covers the reference literature on linguistics beginning with the year 1957 and extending coverage through 1998
DeMiller, Anna L. This guide, with 1,039 annotated listings, covers the reference literature on linguistics beginning with the year 1957 and extending coverage through 1998. A few works published early in 1999 have also been added, and most of the Web sites cited were last checked in early 1999. Part 1: "General Linguistics," encompasses the traditional areas of general or theoretical linguistics: historical and comparative linguistics, morphology, phonetics, phonology, semantics, and syntax.
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Reference Sources in Linguistics. Princeton University Library. How to find books and journals in the Main Catalog by subject. Electronic version of the Humanities Index. The following presents a select number of reference items on Linguistics as well as information about how to use Princeton University Library's Main Catalog to find pertinent titles in the library using the Library of Congress Subject Headings. I. Indexes, Encyclopedias: Ia. Ib. Annual Bibliographies & Periodical Indexes. It indexes selected journals in the humanities, including, linguistics, history, and philosophy.
ANNA L. DEMILLER is Coordinator, Reference Services-Collection Management, and Associate Professor, University Libraries, Colorado State University, Fort Collins. tig /f James /r series ed. Release date NZ. January 15th, 2000.
Thoroughly revised and updated with some 500 new entries-including the addition of pertinent Internet sites-this is the only bibliographic guide to information sources for linguistics. DeMiller's detailed citations describe and evaluate each work, often offering comparisons to similar titles.
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