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Covers linguistic theory, syntax, phonology, semantics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, and discourse analysis. Scans more than 1500 publications (including journals, series, monographs, dissertations, bibliographies, proceedings and other materials) for relevant articles and includes items in English and thirty other languages. Also includes recently published books and web sites. Substantial abstracts given for books and articles. The best place to start.
Searchable by author, title, subject, keyword, adviser, and institution. Dissertations entered since 1997 are available in PDF format (for sale) and offer free 24-page previews. Rutgers dissertations since 1997 can be downloaded without cost.
Indexes critical scholarship on language and linguistics in journal articles, series, monographs, dissertations, bibliographies, proceedings and other materials. Linguistics and language materials range from history and theory of linguistics, comparative linguistics, semantics, stylistics, and syntax to translation.
Covers journals, book chapters, monographs, dissertations, and technical reports in psychology and related fields, including psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, grammar, discourse analysis, and pragmatics. International in scope. Includes the full-text of selected journals from 1988 to the present.
Citation and abstract database of peer-reviewed literature covering more than 20,000 journals. Allows researchers to see who has cited an article and to discover the citation metrics of a journal or field.
Provides citations for articles from thousands of peer reviewed journals (in all disciplines). Allows searching by author, topic, and keyword, but most important, allows searching to discover who has cited an author and how many times a particular article has been cited.
Other Indexes & Bibliographies
Print Indexes and Abstracts
While to a great extent superseded by electronic indexes, the print versions offer greater ease in browsing by sections.
Focuses on theory and practice of general linguistics, not applied linguistics, nor the descriptive or historical study of individual languages. Quarterly issues are now arranged in 19 sections-e.g. Linguistics Theory, Semantics, Phonology, Pragmatics, Neurolinguistics, Historical Linguistics, etc. Author and journal indexes included in each issue, plus yearly cumulative indexes. Coverage not as broad as LLBA.
Covers referential relationships in language drawing "on theoretical principles and methodologies in linguistics, cognitive psychology, and philosophy, as well as the integrated, broad perspective of cognitive science."
Lists more than 6300 studies-books, journals, chapters, etc.-in various languages. Prefatory material is in English, German, and Russian. Items are arranged in 26 broad thematic chapters, with author, keyword, subject, and language indexes.
A comprehensive listing of the works of Institute members in fields including linguistics and anthropology. The "academic" sections includes more than 8,000 works, arranged by author, with a broad subject index, plus another 12,000 citations to vernacular works in hundreds of languages.
A listing of books, doctoral and master's theses (both published and unpublished), monographs, notes, articles from journals, conference volumes, working papers, and anthologies, from 1892 to 1991. Arranged alphabetically by author, but includes an analytical index.
Lists books, articles, book reviews, dissertations and theses. Alphabetically arranged by author, with an index by language, and additional listings of historically oriented works, pedagogically oriented works, and theoretical works. Includes some abstracts.
Lists more than one thousand key sources-dictionaries and encyclopedias; biographical works; indexes, bibliographies, and databases; directories, etc. Also includes sections listing core periodicals and research organizations and professional associations. Another major section lists works on particular languages and language groups-Indo-European, Dravidian, African, Native American, etc.
An annotated listing of more than 1000 studies-books, journal articles, articles in books, published conference papers. Arranged in broad chapters (e.g. Polysemy, the Semantics of Negation, Semantic Universals), with author and lexical indexes. See also two earlier volumes--Semantics : A Bibliography, 1979-1985 and Semantics: A Bibliography, 1965-1978.
Lists 900 books and articles (no dissertations or theses) all in the English language. Arranged in 10 broad chapters (morphology/phonology interface, semantics and syntax, the acquisition of syntax, the syntax of specific languages), and also includes author, language and topic indexes.
Includes a lengthy bibliographic essay on studies of the English language, with sections on the history of English linguistics, phonetics and phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, dialectology and sociolinguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis.
This annual volume includes a review essay on "Romance Linguistics," and essays on the state of scholarship on most of the major modern European languages, divided into sections on history of the language, phonology, syntax, and numerous other topics.