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linguistic anthropology (s) (noun), linguistic anthropologies (pl)
The recording and systematic analysis and comparisons from several points of view of the innumerable speech forms of peoples: The attention of linguistic anthropologies involves the analysis of the phonetic and grammatical structures of languages as they affect the thoughts and behaviours of cultural values.
The study of linguistic anthropology developed an interest in the relations between language and culture and in the role that language might play in the habitual actions or conduct toward each other.
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