The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution (BOK)

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In The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution, sixty leading scholars present critical accounts of every aspect of the field. The Volume's five parts are devoted to insights from comparative animal behaviour; the biology of language evolution (anatomy, genetics, and neurology); the prehistory of language (when and why did language evolve?); the development of a linguistic species; and language creation, transmission, and change. Research on language evolution has burgeoned over the last three decades. Interdisciplinary activity has produced fundamental advances in the understanding of language evolution and in human and primate evolution more generally. This book presents a wide-ranging summation of work in all the disciplines involved. It highlights the links in different lines of research, shows what has been achieved to date, and considers the most promising directions for future work. The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution will be valued by everyone interested in one of the most productive and fascinating fields in natural and cognitive science.

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Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2011 Forlag
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ACADEM
ISBN 9780199541119 Antall sider 800
Dimensjoner 17,9cm x 25,3cm x 5,2cm Vekt 1536 gram
Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd Andre medvirkende Kathleen R. Gibson, Maggie Tallerman
Emner og form Historical & comparative linguistics

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