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Sites dealing with academic research into bilingual education.
Bilingualism is a subtopic within the study of Linguistics (the study of languages and its use). Specifically, it is the study of people who speak two languages. Common phenomena that occur for bilinguals is code switching, forming language mixtures, and dual identity.
Please submit to this category only sites which deal with computational linguistics research to this category.

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Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Computer_Assisted_Language_Learning/

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Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/

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Computers/Artificial_Intelligence/Natural_Language

Sites which provide computational tools for natural language processing should be submitted to:

Computers/Artificial_Intelligence/Natural_Language/Tools
Computational linguistics research integrates research work from the field of linguistics with research in computer science. Work in this field informs and supports the general development of language technologies such as machine translation and parsing.
Sites about Computer Assisted Language Learning. Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) can be defined succinctly and broadly as "the search for and study of applications of the computer in language teaching and learning". For a comprehensive overview of CALL see ICT4LT Module 1.4, Introduction to Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL): http://www.ict4lt.org/. Language Software, Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing have their own categories elsewhere.
Please submit only sites that are multilingual, the source language plus two more languages at least, in this category. For all other single foreign language websites that offer recourses about linguistics education please choose a language in this category:
Also submit here sites on Linear A. Sites about Mycenaean Greek but not specifically about Linear B should go in the Ancient Greek category.
The study of writing systems and methods or rules of spelling.
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Open to English-language and multilingual sites featuring academic and professional linguistics publications in print and electronic media.
Information related to languages, especially particular languages and language families, and not to specific branches of linguistics.

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Information related to languages, especially particular languages and language families, and not to specific branches of linguistics.
Category contains web sites concerning the study of names.
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Pragmatics is the study of how the arrangement of words and phrases can alter the meaning of a sentence. It includes the study of the speaker's meaning, the study of the meaning in its context, the study of what is implied, though not explicitly expressed, and the study of the distance between speakers viewpoints in order to understand what determines the choice of what is said and what is not said.
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Please submit only academic and professional publications on psycholinguistics in this category. Submit sites containing individual or collections of articles, abstracts, and research findings one category back to the Psycholinguistics section.
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The philosophical and scientific study of meaning. Sometimes considered to be the same thing as semiotics, semology, or semasiology, which have overlapping meanings. This is a relatively new field of study, and several pioneers who largely worked independently of one another each felt the need to coin a new name for the new discipline, resulting in a variety of terms for the same subject. The word semantics is widely preferred as the name for the doctrine of meaning, particularly linguistic meaning. Semiotics denotes the study of sign-using behaviour in general. -- Based on britannica.com entry
The term Semiotics stems from the Greek word seemeiootikee--the study of signs, what they represent and signify, and how we act and think in their milieu. Semiotics is the study of signs and signifying practices which influenced artistic writing of the 1980s and 1990s.
Links pertaining to dialects should be submitted to Language_and_Linguistics/Dialectology/
Links pertaining to "ebonics," or African-American Vernacular, should be submitted to /Language_and_Linguistics/Natural_Languages/Pidgins_and_Creoles/English_Based/North_American_Black_English/
Links pertaining to pidgin and creole languages should be submitted to /Language_and_Linguistics/Natural_Languages/Pidgins_and_Creoles/

All other links relating to the language and culture are welcome, including ethnography and language variation and change.
Sociolinguistics is the study of the relationship between linguistic behaviour and social situations, roles, and functions. Rather than concentrating on individuals, sociolinguistics is centered on the speech community; defined as any group of people who share some set of social conventions, or sociolinguistic norms, for language use. This relationship between language and society encompasses a wide variety of social situations--from international relations to interpersonal relationships.
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