Sign Language: An International Handbook

Sign Language: An International Handbook

Sign Language: An International Handbook

Bencie Woll, Roland Pfau, Markus Steinbach


signal language linguists express the following that every one questions suitable to the linguistic research of spoken languages may be requested approximately signal languages. Conversely, questions that signal language linguists give some thought to - whether spoken language researchers haven't requested them but - also needs to be requested of spoken languages. The HSK guide signal Language goals to supply a concise and complete assessment of the cutting-edge in signal language linguistics. It comprises forty four chapters, written by way of top researchers within the box, that tackle concerns in language typology, signal language grammar, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, sociolinguistics, and language documentation and transcription. Crucially, all themes are provided in a fashion that makes them obtainable to linguists who're no longer accustomed to signal language linguistics.

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