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Linguistics

Important References

Linguistics Handbooks

Linguistics is a large and diverse discipline with many subfields. At times, many areas of linguistics can be intimidating and hard to navigate, even for the trained linguist. However, for nearly every field there is a handbook, introductory textbook, or reference guide. Handbooks in particular are ubiquitous in linguistics. To get a general idea of linguistics as a discipline, the following handbooks are quite useful:

For handbooks on the subfields of linguistics (i.e., morphology, pragmatics, computational linguistics, Universal Grammar etc.), consult the following series:

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