Series: Oxford Handbooks in Linguistics

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The Oxford Handbook of Applied Linguistics by Robert B. Kaplan
The Oxford Handbook of Arabic Linguistics by Jonathan Owens
The Oxford Handbook of Case by Andrej Malchukov
The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Linguistics by William S. Y. Wang
The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics by Dirk Geeraerts
The Oxford Handbook of Computational Linguistics by Ruslan Mitkov
The Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution by Maggie Tallerman
The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis by Bernd Heine
The Oxford handbook of linguistic interfaces by Gillian Ramchand
The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Typology by Jae Jung Song

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  1. Cognitive Grammar by John R. Taylor (2002)
  2. Speech and Language Processing: An Introduction to Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics and Speech Rec by Daniel Jurafsky (2000)
  3. The Study of Language by George Yule (1985)
  4. Speak Like A Native: Professional Secrets for Mastering Foreign Languages by Michael Janich (2004)
  5. Foundations of Cognitive Grammar: Volume II: Descriptive Application by Ronald W. Langacker (1991)
  6. Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing by Christopher D. Manning (1999)
  7. English Grammar in Use by Raymond Murphy (1985)
  8. Mathematical Methods in Linguistics by Barbara Hall Partee (1990)
  9. The New Psychology of Language: Cognitive and Functional Approaches To Language Structure, Volume I by Michael Tomasello (1998)
  10. Computational Linguistics: An Introduction by Ralph Grishman (1986)
  11. Cognitive Grammar: A Basic Introduction by Ronald W. Langacker (2008)
  12. An Introduction to Applied Linguistics by Norbert Schmitt (2002)
  13. Constructions at Work: The Nature of Generalization in Language by Adele Goldberg (2006)
  14. Language and Learning for Robots by Colleen Crangle (1994)
  15. Contemporary Linguistic Analysis: An Introduction by William O'Grady (1987)

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