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Words Onscreen

By Naomi S. Baron

Words Onscreen "explores how technology is reshaping our understanding of what it means to read."


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Communication Accommodation Theory

Edited by Howard Giles

Most people modify their ways of speaking, writing, texting, and e-mailing, and so on, according to the people with whom they are communicating. This fascinating book asks why we 'accommodate' to others in this way, and explores the various social consequences arising from it.


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18 Summaries on Anthropological Linguistics

Subject Line Submitter Issue No. Date  Asc / Desc
Code-switching/ French-Kali'na Sophie ALBY 10.1558 18-Oct-1999
Languages in Contact Spiro Hamilothoris 10.718 11-May-1999
TOEFL and Konkani Speakers Ohkado Masayuki 12.1136 25-Apr-2001
Talking Drums & Whistled Speech Aniruddh Patel 12.419 15-Feb-2001
Summary: Swadesh query Robin Allott 13.2622 13-Oct-2002
Formula for Addressing Absent Reply Jan Lindström 15.3283 22-Nov-2004
Human Subjects Requirements Claire Bowern 16.1467 06-May-2005
Films and Documentaries on Endangered Languages Ole Stig Andersen 16.1562 16-May-2005
Language extinction, Neolithic Revolution John Kingston 16.2089 04-Jul-2005
Young People's Varieties Claire Bowern 17.1142 14-Apr-2006
Terminology Development in Amerindian Languages José Álvarez 17.1438 07-May-2006
Filming in the Field Jessica Boynton 17.600 23-Feb-2006
Language Maps Candice Luebbering 20.3235 21-Sep-2009
11th Century North Indian Languages Amitha Knight 22.2051 10-May-2011
Na'vi Research Study Results Christine Schreyer 22.4038 13-Oct-2011
Lexicography and variation: big data via Google? Stefan Dollinger 27.2136 06-May-2016
intercultural communication Christiane Meierkord 8.1031 09-Jul-1997
Movies with convincing accents Joseph Tomei 8.675 14-Nov-1998