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Language as Behavior
Etic and Emic Standpoints for the Description of Behavior
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activity allomorph allophones analysis approach behavior behavioreme Bloomfield borders Chapter characteristics Chomsky class of morphemes class of phonemes clause Compare components concept congruent system consonant constitute context contrastive correlation criteria culture discussion distribution class distribution mode elements emic class emic slot emic stress group emic syllables emic units English etic example feature mode focus function further Hockett homophonous hypermorpheme hyperphonemes hypertagmeme hypostasis included indeterminacy instances intonation J. R. Firth John kind language larger lexical linguistic manifestation mode matrix membership minimum morph morpheme class movement nonverbal occur particular pattern pheme phonological hierarchy phrase physical Pike pitch portmanteau problems reference relation relationship relevant segments semantic sentence sequence Similarly simultaneous sounds speaker specific speech structural meaning subclass suprasegmental symbols tagma tagmemic slot theory tion Trager transform grammar treated trimodal utterance uttereme variants verbal versus vocoid vowel word