Subject History

History: Linguistic geography

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  • Name: Linguistic geography
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    "Linguistic geography" is the examination of "Linguistic geography" is local or regional variations of a language or dialect studied as a field of knowledge.

    David Crystal, Andrew Simpson, James Pustejovsky, and Olga Batiukova are a few specialists of "Linguistic geography".

    Some reasons we look at "Linguistic geography" include preserve languages and dialects; to break down barriers to efficient communications; promote culture and aid in understanding cultural differences.

    Several topics in "Linguistic geography" include Dialects, Landscapes, Mapping, Toponyms, Ethnicity.