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Evolutionary psychology and the origins of language

(Editorial for the special issue of Journal of Evolutionary Psychology on the evolution of language)

Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Author: Thomas C. Scott-Phillips

. K. Arnold K. Zuberbühler 2006 Language evolution: Semantic combinations in primate calls Nature

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Radick, G. (2000d): Language, brain function and human origins in the Victorian debates on evolution. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 31 :55-75. Language, brain function and human origins

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. Brincat , Joseph M. ( 2011 ) Maltese and Other Languages . Malta, Midsea Books. Cardona , Guze’ ( 1972 ) Dun Karm — Hajtu u Hidmietu . Malta, Klabb Kotba

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Transcribe.mari-language.com

Automatic transcriptions and transliterations for ten languages of Russia

Acta Linguistica Academica
Author: Jeremy Bradley

4) [Mari dialectal dictionary 1–9] . Szombathely : Savariae . Berta , Árpád . 1998 . Tatar and Bashkir . In Éva Ágnes Csató and L. Johanson (eds.) The Turkic languages . London : Routledge . 283 – 300 . Bradley , Jeremy . 2015

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Acta Linguistica Academica
Authors: Judit Ács, Katalin Pajkossy, and András Kornai

References Bilmes , Jeff A. and Katrin Kirchhoff . 2003 . Factored language models and generalized parallel backoff . In Proceedings of HLT/NACCL . 4 – 6 . Campbell , Lyle and Bryn Hauk . 2015 . Language endangerment and

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Kövecses 2006 = Kövecses Zoltán: Language, Mind, and Culture. A Practical Introduction Oxford – New York, Oxford University Press, 2006. Kövecses Z

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The essay traces how, possibly in partial response to the national characterologies of Arthur Griffith and Otto Weininger, James Joyce made symbolic use of the Hungarian language in his mature fictional books Ulysses (1922) and Finnegans Wake (1939). Taking its clues from the Biblical narratives of the fall of man and the fall of the tower of Babel, the study argues that this Finno-Ugric language, radically different from most European idioms and possessing a seemingly impenetrable vocabulary, grammar and orthography, became a useful device in Joyce’s hands to reinforce his major themes of (postlapsarian) carnality and linguistic confusion in his later fiction.

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. 2. Bratanić M. – Ostroški Anić , A. 2010 . Croatian in Higher Education – an Instrument of Language Integrity and a Means of Standardising National Terminology? In: Humar , M. – Žagar

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Sustainable bilingualism and language shift

Longitudinal research in Romanian-Hungarian bilingual Kétegyháza (Hungary)

Acta Linguistica Hungarica
Author: Anna Borbély

References Bartha , Csilla . 1993 . Egy amerikai magyar közösség nyelvhasználatának szociolingvisztikai megközelítése [Sociolinguistic research on language use

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Across Languages and Cultures
Authors: Brian Mossop, Sonja Tirkkonen-Condit, Robin Setton, Ernst-August Gutt, Jean Peeters, and Kinga Klaudy

Tirkkonen-Condit, S. 2002. Metaphoric Expressions in Translation Processes. Across Languages and Cultures Vol. 3. No. 1. 101-116. Metaphoric Expressions in Translation Processes

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