LINGUIST List 8.458

Sat Apr 5 1997

Books: Available for Review

Editor for this issue: Andrew Carnie <carnielinguistlist.org>


Additional information on the following books, as well as a short backlist of the publisher's titles, may be available from the Listserv. Instructions for retrieving publishers' backlists appear at the end of this issue.

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  1. Andrew Carnie, New Books Available for Review

Message 1: New Books Available for Review

Date: Sat, 5 Apr 1997 12:02:51 -0500 (EST)
From: Andrew Carnie <carnielinguistlist.org>
Subject: New Books Available for Review

The books listed below are in the LINGUIST office and now
available for review. If you are interested in reviewing
a book (or leading a discussion of the book); please contact
our book review editor, Andrew Carnie, at:

carnielinguistlist.org

Please include in your request message a brief statement about your
research interests, background, affiliation and other information that might
be valuable to help us select a suitable reviewer.



ENGLISH GRAMMAR:

Morenberg, Max (1997), Doing Grammar. 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press.

The new edition of this text employs insights from contemporary language
theories but builds them into a practical and coherent system that stays
firmly rooted within traditional models.

INDONESIAN GRAMMAR:

Sneddon, James Neil (1997), Indonesian: A comprehensive Grammar. Routledge.

This grammar is a complete reference guide to the language of Indonesia as
used by native speakers.

SPEECH PERCEPTION:

Liberman, Alvin (1996) Speech: A special Code. MIT Press.

Alvin Liberman and his collegues at Haskins Labs in New Haven have created
the techniques, the methods and the insights appropriate to the study of
speech perception. This volume brings together a carefully edited collection
of 23 of their most important articles.

LANGUAGE ACQUISITION:

Holzman, Mathilda (1997) The Language of Children, 2nd edition.

The emphaiss of this book is on explaining psychological variables in
language. The development of human language use is first related to the
development of signaling in other species and to the early interaction
between the infant and his/her caregiver. The author then goes on to
relate the child's language development to broader cognitive development,
and considers the influence of schooling and scoial experience.
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