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.
A paper by John R. Skoyles. Considers the implications of research on handedness in humans and chimpanzees. From the CogPrints Archive.
Assembled papers on this topic from the 1998 meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Various document formats.
A special section of the American Anthropological Association. Organizational information and list of contents of the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology.
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