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Thematic Table of Contents

This Alternate Table of Contents guides readers to chapters that cover the traditional areas of linguistic theory and subdisciplines.

Discourse Analysis

  1. Speech Communities: Language as a mediator of messages and perceptions. Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth
  2. Machine Translation: The challenge of ambiguity. Nan Decker
  3. Language, Power, and Sexual Assault: Women's voices on rape and social change Judith A. Parker and Deborah Mahlstedt
  4. Gender, Language and Power: Surname or sirname? Diana Boxer
  5. Linguistics as a Forensic Science: the case of author identification. Carole E. Chaski
  6. Analyzing Narratives: An example of cross-cultural research methods. Cecile L. Stein
  7. Neurolinguistics and Psycholinguistics: Contributions to understanding healthy aging and dementia. Yael Neumann, Linda Carozza, and Anastasia Georgiou
  8. Language of Children with Autism: The two worlds underlying verbal communication. Marion Blank and Mary Beth Cull

Lexicon/Semantics

  1. Speech Communities: Language as a mediator of messages and perceptions. Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth
  2. Lexicography: What dictionaries reveal about language and dictionary makers. Paul D. Fallon
  3. Text Translation: Approaching otherness. Mary Boldt and Esperanza Roncero
  4. Machine Translation: The challenge of ambiguity. Nan Decker
  5. The N-Word, the F-Word, and All that Jazz: Race, sex, and transgressive language in contemporary American literature and popular culture. Carmen Gillespie
  6. Language, Power, and Sexual Assault: Women's voices on rape and social change Judith A. Parker and Deborah Mahlstedt
  7. Linguistics as a Forensic Science: the case of author identification. Carole E. Chaski
  8. First Language Acquisition: Developing native linguistic competence. Janine Graziano-King and Helen Smith Cairns
  9. ASL: A visual language. Miako Villanueva, Deanna Twain, and Laura Leigh Wood
  10. Animal Communication: The “language” of honey bees. Wyatt A. Mangum
  11. Neurolinguistics and Psycholinguistics: Contributions to understanding healthy aging and dementia. Yael Neumann, Linda Carozza, and Anastasia Georgiou

Morphology

  1. Lexicography: What dictionaries reveal about language and dictionary makers. Paul D. Fallon
  2. First Language Acquisition: Developing native linguistic competence. Janine Graziano-King and Helen Smith Cairns
  3. ASL: A visual language. Miako Villanueva, Deanna Twain, and Laura Leigh Wood
  4. Communication Disorders: A personal perspective. Ann D. Jablon
  5. Language of Children with Autism: The two worlds underlying verbal communication. Marion Blank and Mary Beth Cull

Neurolinguistics/Psycholinguistics

  1. Language, Power, and Sexual Assault: Women's voices on rape and social change Judith A. Parker and Deborah Mahlstedt
  2. Communication Disorders: A personal perspective. Ann D. Jablon
  3. Analyzing Narratives: An example of cross-cultural research methods. Cecile L. Stein
  4. Neurolinguistics and Psycholinguistics: Contributions to understanding healthy aging and dementia. Yael Neumann, Linda Carozza, and Anastasia Georgiou
  5. Language of Children with Autism: The two worlds underlying verbal communication. Marion Blank and Mary Beth Cull

Phonetics/Phonology

  1. Language Variation: Students and teachers reflect on accents and dialects. Susan J. Behrens and Rebecca L. Sperling
  2. Speech Communities: Language as a mediator of messages and perceptions. Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth
  3. Teaching Pronunciation: Using phonology in the ESL and foreign language classroom. Joanna Labov
  4. Lexicography: What dictionaries reveal about language and dictionary makers. Paul D. Fallon
  5. Text Translation: Approaching otherness. Mary Boldt and Esperanza Roncero
  6. First Language Acquisition: Developing native linguistic competence. Janine Graziano-King and Helen Smith Cairns
  7. Communication Disorders: A personal perspective. Ann D. Jablon
  8. Neurolinguistics and Psycholinguistics: Contributions to understanding healthy aging and dementia. Yael Neumann, Linda Carozza, and Anastasia Georgiou
  9. Language of Children with Autism: The two worlds underlying verbal communication. Marion Blank and Mary Beth Cull

Pragmatics

  1. Speech Communities: Language as a mediator of messages and perceptions. Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth
  2. Communication Disorders: A personal perspective. Ann D. Jablon
  3. Language of Children with Autism: The two worlds underlying verbal communication. Marion Blank and Mary Beth Cull

Sociolinguistics

  1. Language Variation: Students and teachers reflect on accents and dialects. Susan J. Behrens and Rebecca L. Sperling
  2. Speech Communities: Language as a mediator of messages and perceptions. Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth
  3. Language, Power, and Sexual Assault: Women's voices on rape and social change Judith A. Parker and Deborah Mahlstedt
  4. Gender, Language and Power: Surname or sirname? Diana Boxer

Syntax

  1. Lexicography: What dictionaries reveal about language and dictionary makers. Paul D. Fallon
  2. Machine Translation: The challenge of ambiguity. Nan Decker
  3. Language, Power, and Sexual Assault: Women's voices on rape and social change Judith A. Parker and Deborah Mahlstedt
  4. Linguistics as a Forensic Science: the case of author identification. Carole E. Chaski
  5. First Language Acquisition: Developing native linguistic competence. Janine Graziano-King and Helen Smith Cairns
  6. ASL: A visual language. Miako Villanueva, Deanna Twain, and Laura Leigh Wood
  7. Communication Disorders: A personal perspective. Ann D. Jablon
  8. Language of Children with Autism: The two worlds underlying verbal communication. Marion Blank and Mary Beth Cull
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