SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY OF... LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL Editors: ROY HARRIS, University of Oxford, UK and TALBOT TAYLOR, Department of English, College of William and Mary, Williamsburgh, V 23185, USA This journal is unique in that it provides a forum devoted to the discussion of topics and issues in communication which is of interdisciplinary significance. It publishes contributions from researchers in all fields relevant to the study of verbal and non-verbal communication. The investigation of language and its communicational functions are treated as a concern shared in common by those working in anthropology, the arts, artificial intelligence, education, ethology, linguistics, physiology, philosophy, psychology and the social sciences. Emphasis is placed on the implications of current research for establishing common theoretical frameworks within which findings from different areas of study may be accommodated and interrelated. By focusing attention on the many ways in which language is integrated with other forms of communicational activity and interactional behaviour, it is intended to explore ways of developing a science of communication which is not restricted by existing disciplinary boundaries. A Selection of Papers J. S. BRUNER (USA), On searching for Bruner. D. BICKERTON (USA), Language origins and evolutionary plausibility. S. AUROUX & D. KOULOUGHLI (France), Why is there no "true" philosophy of linguistics? F. J. NEWMEYER (USA), Functional explanation in linguistics and the origin of language. D. CAMERON (UK), Integrating conversation? D. LIGHTFOOT (USA), Subjacency and sex. P. M. S. HACKER (UK), Chomsky's problems. G. LAKOFF (USA), Cognitive versus generative linguistics: how commitments influence results. S. SHANKER (Canada), Selective forces at work. D. D. CLARKE & B. NEULICH (UK), Word-waves: a computational model of lexical semantic change. Indexed/Abstracted in: Curr ContASCA, CommunAbstr, Curr Cont/Soc & Beh Sei, Info Sei Abstr, Ling Abstr, Psychol Abstr, Sociol Abstr, Curr Cont Soc Sei Cit Index, Curr Index Jnls Educ (00616) Subscription Information £122.00 US$232.00* 1993: Volume 13 (4 issues) Annual subscription (1993) ISSN: 0271-5309 PERGAMON PRESS Pergamon Press Ltd, Headington Hill Hall, Oxford 0X3 OBW, UK Pergamon Press Inc., 660 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, NY 10591-5153, USA A member of the Blseuier Science Publishing Group First price quoted is definitive. Prices include postage and insurance. * Asterisked price is quoted for convenience only and is subject to exchange rate fluctuation.
Semiotica - Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies / Revue de l'Association Internationale de Sémiotique – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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