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Specialists from different traditions discuss and demonstrate four research traditions in the study of linguistic diversity, including the background and the role of this tradition in the history of linguistics:
Universals and diversity: How do researchers who start from the assumption that there are structural and other specifically linguistic universals accommodate the observed variation among languages?
Description and analysis: How do researchers who aim to describe a language in its own terms develop analytic concepts and methods that are applicable cross-linguistically?
Processes of change: How do researchers reconcile long term general trends in language change (e.g. ‘sound laws’) with the fact that short term developments are seemingly random?
Cognition and use: How do researchers who start from the assumption that general cognitive and communicative capacities and processes underlie knowledge and use of language accomodate the observed variation among languages?
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