Linguistic anthropology is the holistic study of language in terms of culture. Traditionally, it was concerned with non-Western language and culture. Today, the field embraces the anthropological study of language in all societies.
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Gesture, Language Origins and Right Handedness
A paper by John R. Skoyles. Considers the implications of research on handedness in humans and chimpanzees. From the CogPrints Archive. [PDF]
Philadelphia Papers on Linguistic Anthropology
Assembled papers on this topic from the 1998 meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Various document formats.
Society for Linguistic Anthropology
A special section of the American Anthropological Association. Organizational information and list of contents of the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology.
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