The International Congress of Linguists is the largest and most prestigious international conference of academic linguists, and is held every five years. ICL XVI took place in Paris, 20-27 July 1997, attracting 1,400 participants. Sessions covered the whole range of linguistic subdisciplines: history, philosophy, typology, language policies, socio-, psycho-neurolinguistics, language acquisition, phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics, lexicology, pragmatics, historical linguistics, computational linguistics, sign language, etc. This CD presents the proceedings of the conference, including reports from the round table sessions. The paper titles, authors, and abstracts are searchable. With more than 500 papers written by authors from 67 different countries this publication provides a comprehensive overview of current research across the discipline.
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