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  1. Term 1 20 items
    1. Essential reading 1 item
      Textbooks
    2. Recommended reading 8 items
      1. Describing morphosyntax: a guide for field linguists - Thomas Edward Payne 1997

        Book recommended

      2. Understanding morphology - Martin Haspelmath, Andrea D. Sims 2010

        Book recommended

      3. Understanding syntax - Maggie Tallerman 2015

        Book recommended

      4. Understanding language change - Kate Burridge, Alexander Bergs 2017

        Book recommended

      5. Language change - Joan L. Bybee 2015

        Book recommended

      6. An introduction to language and linguistics 2014

        Book recommended

    3. Further reading 11 items
      1. Language change: progress or decay? - Jean Aitchison 2001

        Book further reading

      2. Language universals and linguistic typology: syntax and morphology - Bernard Comrie 1981

        Book further reading

      3. Typology and universals - William Croft 2003

        Book further reading

      4. Language contact - Yaron Matras 2009

        Book further reading

      5. Introducing language typology - Edith A. Moravcsik 2013

        Book further reading

      6. Languages of the world: an introduction - Asya Pereltsvaig 2017

        Book further reading

      7. Linguistic typology: morphology and syntax - Jae Jung Song 2014

        Book further reading

      8. Why do languages change? - R. L. Trask 2010

        Book further reading

  2. Term 2 0 items
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