Description - Language Matters by Laurie Bauer
This book provides a non-technical introduction to the study of language by focusing on questions such as: Where does language come from? Why don't we all talk the same? Who needs grammar? Suitable for students with no experience of linguistics, this lively introduction to language approaches will encourage students to think.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Laurie Bauer
LAURIE BAUER is Professor and Personal Chair in the School of Linguistics and Applied Language Study, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He is on the editorial board of Linguistics and the Yearbook of Morphology. His publications include Language Myths (with Peter Trudgill, Penguin, 1998), Morphological Productivity (Cambridge, 2001), Introducing Linguistic Morphology 2e (EUP 2003) and An Introduction to International Varieties of English (EUP 2002). JANET HOLMES is Professor and Personal Chair in the School of Linguistics and Appli