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SIL Forum for Language Fieldwork 2009-004
Writing linguistic papers in the third wave
Black, H. Andrew
This article introduces a method to write linguistic articles and books that addresses most, if not all, of the frustrations authors often face when writing linguistic articles and books. This method follows a Third Wave approach as described in Simons and Black (2008). As Simons and Black note, we need to “work smarter” rather than work harder. One of the key notions is to produce “actionable” knowledge. They also note the role that XML technologies can play in enabling us to “work smarter.” In this article I explain a way we can “work smarter” when it comes to writing linguistic papers and books. The method uses several things:
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|Keywords||xlingpaper; XMLMind; Third wave publishing; Scholarly writing; Computer programs|