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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pike, Kenneth L. (Kenneth Lee), 1912-2000.
Language in relation to a unified theory of the structure of human behavior.
The Hague, Mouton, 1967
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kenneth L Pike
|Description:||762 pages illustrations, portrait 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Language as behavior --
Etic and emic standpoints for the description of behavior --
The structure of behavior illustrated --
Focus illustrated --
The behavioreme (including the sentence) --
The minimum unit of the feature mode of the behavioreme (including the morpheme) --
The minimum unit of the distribution mode of the behavioreme (including the tagmeme) --
The minimum unit of the manifestation mode of the behavioreme (including the phoneme) --
Higher-layered units of the manifestation mode of the uttereme (including the syllable, stress group, and juncture) --
Higher-layered units of the distribution mode of the syntagmeme --
Trimodal restrictions on setting up emic units --
Mode-like emic units and systems --
Fused units --
Interlocking hierarchies and systems --
The context of behavior.
|Series Title:||Janua linguarum., Series maior ;, 24.|
|Responsibility:||by Kenneth L. Pike.|