Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press: 1979-04-30
Seller ID: kb018611
357 pages; spine and hinge creases, edge wear; This is an ideal text for introducing linguistics at the undergraduate level. It is the product of numerous years of collaboration on the part of the authors in teaching introductory linguistics courses at the University of Arizona. Concentrating on how linguists actually do linguistics, the book presents more than just facts and results to students; it shows in simple and concise terms how one goes about arguing for a position, how evidence is gathered, and how hypotheses are tested. View More...