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The Nature of Language
Sound Patterns in Language
The Psychological Reality of Phonemes
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actual Algonkin American analysis anthropology Athabaskan become behavior borrowed Chinookan clan complex concept consonants contrast crest cultural anthropology culture area culture element custom dance defined definite dialects diffusion distinct distribution economic English Eskimo evidence example expression fact fashion feeling function geographical German glottal stop glottalized grading habit Haida historical Hokan languages human Hupa important Indians individual inference instance interest interpretation Iroquois Judeo-German Kwakiutl language large number less linguistic Maidu matter means merely modern musical myth nature Navaho Nootka normal Ojibwa organization origin Paiute peculiar personality phonetic phratries primitive problem psychiatrist psychoanalysis psychological reference relation relatively religion religious ritual Sapir seems sense significance social society sound speaking specific speech spirit stem suffix Sun Dance symbolic Takelma tend tendency tion Tlingit Tocharian tradition tribes Tsimshian unconscious verb vocabulary voice voiceless vowel Wakashan West Coast words Yana Yurok