Written Language & Literacy 6:2
[Written Language & Literacy, 6:2] 2003.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Two lectures on writingCharles F. Hockett | pp. 131–175
Orthographic design in the Solomon Islands: The social, historical, and linguistic situation of Touo (Baniata)Angela Terrill & Michael Dunn | pp. 177–192
The origin of Mayan syllabograms and orthographic conventionsDavid Mora-Marín | pp. 193–238
Review of “Du signe à l’écriture; Comment est née l’écriture”Reviewed by Stéphane Grivelet | pp. 239–242
Review of “Multilingual literacies: Reading and writing different worlds” by Marilyn Martin-Jones & Kathryn Jones (eds)Reviewed by Courtney B. Cazden | pp. 242–246
Review of “Chinese” by Oliver MooreReviewed by Newell Ann Van Auken | pp. 246–250
Review of “Reading the Maya glyphs” by Michael D. Coe & Mark Van StoneReviewed by Gabrielle Vail | pp. 250–254
Editorial Notep. 255
Publications Receivedpp. 257–259
Index to Volume 6pp. 261–262
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Lande, Robert H. & Joshua P. Davis
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