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Arabic languages and linguistics.


Arabic languages and linguistics.

Ed. by Reem Bassiouney and E. Graham Katz.

Georgetown U. Press


232 pages


Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics Series


This volume is comprised of fifteen papers representing the latest in research and thought on Arabic language and linguistics compiled by Bassiouney (Arabic linguistics, Georgetown U.) and Katz (linguistics, Georgetown U.). This volume connects general linguistic theory advancements to Arabic language through thoughtful selection, Topics discussed include natural language processing, impacts of standardization, syntax and grammar as well as an in depth critical analysis of the sociopolitical and ideological implications of language structure and propagation.

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