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1 McCORMACK, William C. and Stephen A. WURM, eds. WURM, Stephen A., ed. World Anthropology series Language and Man : Anthropological Issues. in dj.
Mouton, The Hague, 1976, ISBN:9027978395 
McCORMACK, William C. and Stephen A. WURM, eds. Language and Man : Anthropological Issues . William C. McCormack and Stephen A. Wurm, editors. The Hague: Mouton Publishers, (1976). Pp. [i]-xiii,(1),[1]-393,(1), + 2 folding tables. 8vo, black cloth with white lettering to spine. A volume in the WorldAnthropology series. General Editor: Sol Tax. Patrons: Claude Levi-Strauss , Margaret Mead, Laila Shukry el Hamamsy, M.N. Srinivas. Contents: 1. DavidCrystal's "Paralinguistic behavior as continuity between animal and human communication"; 2. John G. Bordie's "A consideration of language acquisition rates and possible interspecies relationships"; 3. James Bynon's "Domestic animal calling in a Berber tribe"; 4. Margaret Bullowa, James L. Fidelholtz and Allan R. Kessler's "Infant vocalization: communication before speech"; 5. Michael A. K. Halliday's "Early language learning: a sociolinguistic approach"; 6. Tatiana Slama-Cazacu's "The role of social context in language acquisition"; 7. Ragnhild Soderbergh's "Reading and stages of language acquisition"; 8. Mary R. Miller's "Competence in English-language learning byAmerican Indian monolinguals and bilinguals"; 9. Carolyn Kessler's "Lingui stic universals in anthropological studies of bilingualism"; 10. Els Oksaar's "Implications of language contact for bilingual language acquisition"; 11. Evelyn Hatch's "Studies in language switching and mixing"; 12. Slama-Cazacu's "Nonverbal components in message sequence: mixed syntax"; 13. Walburga von Raffler Engel's "Linguistic and kinesic correlates in code switching"; 14. Starkey D. Duncan's "Language, paralanguage, and body motion in the structure of conversation"; 15. Ana Maria Martirena's "A study of interaction markers in conversational Spanish"; 16. Don Handelman's "Components of interaction in the negotiation of a definition of the situation"; 17. Fernando Poyatos's "Analysis of a culture threough its cuulturemes: theory and method"; 18. Ruth Leodolter and Michael Leodolter's "Sociolinguistic considerations on psychosocial socialization: the beginnings of a theory of verbalization"; 19. Ion Oprescu's "The contribution of Romanian cultural-linguisticanthropology to the complex study of modern populations". Vg in spine-chip ped dj. 25.00

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