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An overview of the resources available for researchers in the field of Linguistics.
General reference material resources can help you:
get an overview of a topic;
define terms, theories, and persons in the field;
and provide you with further readings on each subject.
Using a reference resource in your research is especially useful at the beginning of a project, when it can help you focus your activities. Within the "Specialized Reference" tab, you'll find resources divided into subsections like applied, computational, historical, morphology, neurolinguistics, philosophy, phonetics, pragmatics, semantics, semiotics, sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology, and syntax.
Disclaimer: many print reference materials may be unavailable during the pandemic-related limitations on the library services.