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Brill’s Studies in South and Southwest Asian Languages (BSSAL) is a peer-reviewed series that provides a venue for high-quality monograph-length descriptive and theoretical studies on the languages of South and Southwest Asia.
Discusses English Language Teaching (ELT) as a service, issues surrounding ELT teachers as service providers, the work of ELT managers, client expectations and perceptions of ELT service, comparison of staff estimates and client ratings of service quality, and considerations of service milieu ...
John Peterson, University of Leipzig
The present study is an extensive description of Kharia, a member of the southern branch of the Munda family, spoken in central-eastern India. It covers virtually all areas of the grammar, including phonology, morphology, syntax as well as a detailed discussion of the lexicon.
John M.A. Oyiborhoro
This book addresses an underserved area in the field of diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology, specifically, people with disabilities. The first section presents an overview of specific disabilities and how different cultural practices impact on their management; the second section focuses on ...
John G. Neuhoff
Outlines advances in dynamic, cognitive, and ecological investigations of auditory perception and ties this work to findings in more traditional areas of psychoacoustics. This book examines basic psychoacoustics from a more cognitive and ecological perspective. It provides coverage including ...
John W. Adams and Pamela S. Rohring
This is a handbook for readers who wish to learn more about providing services to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. It provides basic knowledge of Deaf Culture and the hard of hearing population, the aesthetics of American Sign Language, and an awareness of hearing loss and its ...
John Bradshaw and Lesley Rogers
Investigates lateral asymmetries in the human brain and contrasts these with asymmetries in invertebrates, primitive vertebrates, rats, birds, mammals and primates. This book explains why lateralization of function depends upon a complex interplay of genetic, structural and environmental factors.
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