Contents: Background: Genetic Linguistics in Relation to General Linguistics and Related Fields. Historical Linguistics: How Does Language Change? Comparative Linguistics (General Notions and Structure): How Can Change Be REversed? Linguistics Reconstruction: A Synthesis of Various Linguistic and Cultural Notions. Conclusion: Linguistics as Part of Anthropology.
TitleAn Introduction to Historical and Comparative LinguisticsAuthorPublishedMacmillan 1972
Status:Check Shelves SubjectHistorical LinguisticsMediaHardcoverCall NumberAnttila1972ITypeCirculating BookDescription