This exhaustive linguistic dictionary has been designed both for classroom use and for English language professionals. It provides a unique and effective learning source which ‘mirrors’ the continual spring of linguistic knowledge. It suggests a comprehensive, insightful analysis of the highly controversial and complicated issues of present day linguistics.
This dictionary provides a pedagogical tool for those teaching various aspects of language to both upper lever undergraduates and graduate level researchers, and exploits the benefits of Turkish, Azerbaijani and Russian language scholarship in this field.
Linguistics Dictionary Reviews
“An engaging and inspiring approach to linguistics and language.”
Prof. Dr. Ingrida Eglė Žindžiuvienė, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania.
“This is an enlightening and ambitious work dealing with a fuller review of contemporary linguistics, including frequently neglected trends as well as dominant figures in linguistics, logic, philosophy, psychology, sociology and other fields for whom language was a most important issue.”
Prof. Dr. Ismail H. Mirici, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.
“The most thorough treatment of the topic. It provides an engrossing account of both how linguistic concepts and notions interact with one another and other disciplines. It is lively and accessible.”
Prof. Dr. Arda Arıkan, Akdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey.
“It brilliantly incorporates the most recent findings represented in various linguistic sources as well as in logic, philosophy, sociology, psychology and literature.”
Dr. Karla Kovalová, University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic.
“It is more than a dictionary. Easy to use, comprehensive and multidisciplinary, this book imagines linguistic issues in their complexity not only in the context of different approaches within a field-specific scope; on the contrary, it shows how shedding light on the related, but unnecessarily isolated aspects of one and the same phenomenon can be helpful in constructing its multifaceted and fuller image in science.”
Prof. Dr. Sayadulla BABAYEV, University of Foreign Languages, Baku, Azerbaijan.
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