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AUTHORS
KNOWLEDGE
GEOGRAPHIC AREA
PROFESSOR EMERITUS
LINGUISTS
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TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
GENERATIVE GRAMMAR
LEXICOGRAPHY
PHONOLOGY
THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS
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    This Review contains major "Theoretical Linguistics"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Theoretical linguistics is the branch of linguistics that is most concerned with developing models of linguistic knowledge.
  2. At the core of theoretical linguistics are the study of language structure (grammar) and the study of meaning (semantics). (Web site)
  3. Theoretical linguistics is often divided into a number of separate areas, to be studied more or less independently.
  4. Theoretical linguistics is concerned with finding and describing generalities both within particular languages and among all languages. (Web site)
  5. Examples of theoretical linguistics are to include grammar, syntax, semantics, origin, and phonetics. (Web site)

Authors

  1. The authors offer clear, critical evaluations of competing formal approaches within theoretical linguistics. (Web site)

Knowledge

  1. Some knowledge of theoretical linguistics, especially in generative linguistics, is a plus but no requirement.

Geographic Area

  1. For theoretical linguistics, geographic area is irrelevant.

Professor Emeritus

  1. Born in Oberhausen -Sterkrade, he is currently a professor emeritus in Germanic and Theoretical Linguistics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. (Web site)

Linguists

  1. Linguists usually call this redundancy to avoid confusion with syntactic pleonasm, a more important phenomenon for theoretical linguistics. (Web site)

Fieldwork

  1. I was keenly interested in spending some time at MIT to learn from Ken Hale about the integration of fieldwork and theoretical linguistics. (Web site)

Tel Aviv University

  1. Biography Tanya Reinhart is a professor of theoretical linguistics and Media and Cultural studies at Tel Aviv University and at the University of Utrecht.

Generative Grammar

  1. In theoretical linguistics, generative grammar refers to a particular approach to the study of syntax. (Web site)

Lexicography

  1. Lexicography has traditionally been a practical enterprise; and theoretical linguistics has focussed far more upon grammar than on the lexicon (cf. (Web site)

Phonology

  1. The fields that are generally considered the core of theoretical linguistics are syntax, phonology, morphology, and semantics.
  2. There he devoted himself to the study of phonology, and attended the class of Theoretical linguistics by Joseph Vendryes.

Theoretical Linguistics

  1. Journal of Linguistics - Covers all branches of theoretical linguistics, including syntax, morphology, phonology, phonetics and semantics.
  2. Phonology is often informed by phonetics, which like psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics is often not considered part of theoretical linguistics.

Categories

  1. Information > Science > Linguistics > Phonology
  2. Information > Science > Linguistics > Lexicography
  3. Languages > Language > Grammar > Generative Grammar
  4. Information > Science > Linguistics > Phonetics
  5. Tel Aviv University
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