Errata for LinguaLinks Library 4.0 :
Annotations that were omitted from
An error was made in producing the LinguaLinks Library, version 4.0. Annotations were
inadvertently omitted from annotated bibliographies and other bibliographic references. This errata contains all the bibliographic references in the LinguaLinks Library where the annotations were omitted. This was corrected in the current version of LinguaLinks Library.
To locate a specific bibliographic reference, perform the following steps:
- Look on this page for the name of the workshop (Anthropology, Linguistics, etc.) in which the reference occurs.
- Under the workshop, look for the title of the article in which the reference occurs. The articles are arrange alphabetically by title.
- Look for the specific bibliographic reference. The references occur in the same order that they appear in the
If you do not find a particular reference that you are searching for, then the reference probably has no annotation, and thus is not included in this errata.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this has caused you.
- Column: Introduction to survey of world music books
- Language learning
- Grammatical drills
- Obtaining linguistic data
- An annotated bibliography on the relationship between language and identity
- Bibliography of spoken and written language
- Characteristic features of oral and written modes of language: Annotated bibliography
- Nontechnical grammars: Audience, purpose, and method
- Partially annotated bibliography of language death
- Reference books in linguistics
- Relational grammar: An update report
- Report: 1990 Relational Grammar Bibliography update
- Suggestions for the field linguist regarding quotations
- Writing for scholarly publications
- Language use in the first century: The place of spoken Hebrew in a trilingual society
- Bibliography in the sociolinguistics of literacy
- Diglossia: Examples and implications