At LinguisticsNetwork, we strive to simplify the process of searching online for hours for research articles by offering primary sources on a wide variety of content areas. Articles are organized into two broad categories: Topics and Languages. Since we cannot possibly post everything out there, we select seminal works and current studies that are currently used in classrooms around the world. Our collection is continually being expanded, as we strive to provide our users with the more notable and foundational research and core grammar theories in the field. These are all free-access documents you can now find in one place!
Scholarly articles tend to be more advanced-level readings, geared for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students. They not only provide essential information on major topics, but are also excellent examples of linguistic writing, scientific method, data gathering and analysis, fieldwork methods, and argumentation, and are a rich resource for all levels for research, course projects and presentations, or course readings. Please note, we at LinguisticsNetwork do not necessarily uphold the thoughts and opinions suggested in these articles.
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