Language as a Human Problemby Einar Haugen (Editor), Morton W. Bloomfield (Editor)
This book focuses on those language problems that touch human life rather than on the techniques and goals of current linguistics. The seventeen contributors--linguists, psychologist, anthropologists, and educators--explore those problems of language which have become urgent: problems of literary, translation, bilingualism, language teaching, language and nationalism, and the role of dialects.
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