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Type: Journal article
Title: The language myth in Western culture.
Author: Mühlhäusler, P.
Citation: Language in Society, 2004; 33(2):285-289
Publisher: Cambridge Univ Press
Issue Date: 2004
ISSN: 0047-4045
1469-8013
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Peter Mühlhäusler
Abstract: This volume contains the contributions presented at the first plenary conference on Integrational Linguistics held in London in 2000, an event at which I participated. The basic tenets of Integrational Linguistics were developed by Roy Harris at Oxford in the 1980s and 1990s; while many aspects of this approach remain a matter of debate, its assumptions and practices have become sufficiently firm to be the subject of a couple of introductory texts (Harris 1998, Toolan 1996). Harris's agenda has been “to challenge the monumental complacency of mainstream linguistics” (p. 3) by pointing out that the discipline is no more than an elaborate edifice built on a myth.
Subject: R. Harris. The language myth in Western culture - 2002
Provenance: Published online by Cambridge University Press 05 Apr 2004
Rights: Copyright © 2004 Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1017/S0047404504212052
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