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The Cambridge handbook of linguistic anthropology /

de Enfield, N. J. (edt.) ; Kockelman, Paul. (edt.) ; Sidnell, Jack. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XIV-750 p.) : ill. ; 26 cm. Collection: Cambridge handbooks in language and linguistics Édition: Cambridge ; New York ; Port Melbourne [etc.] : Cambridge University Press, 2014.ISBN: 9781107030077 (rel); 1107030072 (rel).Contenu: List of figures (p.IX) – List of Tables (p.XII) – List of contributors (p.XIII) -- 1. Introduction: directions in the anthropology of language / N. J. Enfield, Paul Kockelman and Jack Sidnell (p.1) -- Part I. System and Function -- 2. Basics of a language / R. M. W. Dixon (p.29) -- 3. The item/system problem / N. J. Enfield (p.48) -- 4. Language and the manual modality: the communicative resilience of the human species / Susan Goldin-Meadow (p.78) -- 5. Linguistic diversity and universals / Balthasar Bickel (p.102) -- 6. Denotation and the pragmatics of language / Michael Silverstein (p.128) -- 7. Language function / Sandra A. Thompson and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen (p.158) -- Part II. Process and Formation -- 8. Language acquisition and language socialization / Penelope Brown and Suzanne Gaskins (p.187) -- 9. Language, society and history: towards a unified approach? / Paja Faudree and Magnus Pharao Hansen (p.227) -- 10. Language emergence: Al-Sayyid Bedouin sign language / Wendy Sandler, Mark Aronoff, Carol Padden and Irit Meir (p.250) -- 11. Endangered languages / Keren Rice (p.285) -- 12. Language evolution / Stephen C. Levinson (p.309) -- 13. Causal dynamics of language / N. J. Enfield (p.325) -- Part III. Interaction and Intersubjectivity -- 14. Intentionality and language / Robert B. Brandom (p.347) -- 15. The architecture of intersubjectivity revisited / Jack Sidnell (p.364) -- 16. Language and human sociality / Alan Rumsey (p.400) -- 17. The ontology of action, in interaction / Jack Sidnell and N. J. Enfield (p.423) -- 18. Conversation across cultures / Mark Dingemanse and Simeon Floyd (p.447) -- Part IV. Community and Social Life -- 19. Poetics and performativity / Luke Fleming and Michael Lempert (p.485) -- 20. Ritual language / David Tavárez (p.516) -- 21. Oratory, rhetoric, politics / Bernard Bate (p.537) -- 22. Language and media / Paul Manning and Ilana Gershon (p.559) -- 23. The speech community and beyond: language and the nature of the social aggregate / Shaylih Muehlmann (p.557) -- Part V. Interdisciplinary Perspectives -- 24. Linguistic anthropology and critical theory / Paul Kockelman (p.603) -- 25. Linguistic anthropology and sociocultural anthropology / Rupert Stasch (p.626) -- 26. Sociolinguistics: making quantification meaningful / Penelope Eckert (p.644) -- 27. Language and archaeology: state of the art / Roger Blench (p.661) -- 28. Language and biology: the multiple interactions between genetics and language / Dan Dediu (p.686) -- 29. Linguistic anthropology in the age of language automata / Paul Kockelman (p.708) – Index (p.734)Sujet RAMEAU: Ethnolinguistique | Anthropological linguistics Thématique: Linguistique, langues Thématique spécifique: Langage | Acquisition du langage | Sciences sociales | Interdisciplinarité | Langue en danger | Acquisition des langues | Communauté linguistique | Interaction verbale | Anthropologie | Vie socialeType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Etats-Unis d'Amériques, Pays multiples
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List of figures (p.IX) – List of Tables (p.XII) – List of contributors (p.XIII) -- 1. Introduction: directions in the anthropology of language / N. J. Enfield, Paul Kockelman and Jack Sidnell (p.1) -- Part I. System and Function -- 2. Basics of a language / R. M. W. Dixon (p.29) -- 3. The item/system problem / N. J. Enfield (p.48) -- 4. Language and the manual modality: the communicative resilience of the human species / Susan Goldin-Meadow (p.78) -- 5. Linguistic diversity and universals / Balthasar Bickel (p.102) -- 6. Denotation and the pragmatics of language / Michael Silverstein (p.128) -- 7. Language function / Sandra A. Thompson and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen (p.158) -- Part II. Process and Formation -- 8. Language acquisition and language socialization / Penelope Brown and Suzanne Gaskins (p.187) -- 9. Language, society and history: towards a unified approach? / Paja Faudree and Magnus Pharao Hansen (p.227) -- 10. Language emergence: Al-Sayyid Bedouin sign language / Wendy Sandler, Mark Aronoff, Carol Padden and Irit Meir (p.250) -- 11. Endangered languages / Keren Rice (p.285) -- 12. Language evolution / Stephen C. Levinson (p.309) -- 13. Causal dynamics of language / N. J. Enfield (p.325) -- Part III. Interaction and Intersubjectivity -- 14. Intentionality and language / Robert B. Brandom (p.347) -- 15. The architecture of intersubjectivity revisited / Jack Sidnell (p.364) -- 16. Language and human sociality / Alan Rumsey (p.400) -- 17. The ontology of action, in interaction / Jack Sidnell and N. J. Enfield (p.423) -- 18. Conversation across cultures / Mark Dingemanse and Simeon Floyd (p.447) -- Part IV. Community and Social Life -- 19. Poetics and performativity / Luke Fleming and Michael Lempert (p.485) -- 20. Ritual language / David Tavárez (p.516) -- 21. Oratory, rhetoric, politics / Bernard Bate (p.537) -- 22. Language and media / Paul Manning and Ilana Gershon (p.559) -- 23. The speech community and beyond: language and the nature of the social aggregate / Shaylih Muehlmann (p.557) -- Part V. Interdisciplinary Perspectives -- 24. Linguistic anthropology and critical theory / Paul Kockelman (p.603) -- 25. Linguistic anthropology and sociocultural anthropology / Rupert Stasch (p.626) -- 26. Sociolinguistics: making quantification meaningful / Penelope Eckert (p.644) -- 27. Language and archaeology: state of the art / Roger Blench (p.661) -- 28. Language and biology: the multiple interactions between genetics and language / Dan Dediu (p.686) -- 29. Linguistic anthropology in the age of language automata / Paul Kockelman (p.708) – Index (p.734)

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