Year 2018, Volume 29 , Issue 2, Pages 129 - 137 2018-12-28

Book Review - Contemporary Morphological Theories: A User's Guide. Thomas W. Stewart, 2015. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 192 pages. ISBN 978 07 486 9268 2
Kitap Tanıtımı - Contemporary Morphological Theories: A User's Guide. Thomas W. Stewart, 2015. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 192 pages. ISBN 978 07 486 9268 2

Ugurcan VURGUN [1]


Review of Contemporary Morphological Theories: A User's Guide. Thomas W. Stewart, 2015.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 192 pages. ISBN 978 07 486 9268 2

Contemporary Morphological Theories: A User's Guide. Thomas W. Stewart, 2015.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 192 sayfa. ISBN 978 07 486 9268 2 isimli kitabın incelemesi sunulmuştur.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Published Date 2018/2
Journal Section Book Reviews
Authors

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Author: Ugurcan VURGUN (Primary Author)
Institution: BOGAZICI UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : December 28, 2018

APA Vurgun, U . (2018). Book Review - Contemporary Morphological Theories: A User's Guide. Thomas W. Stewart, 2015. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 192 pages. ISBN 978 07 486 9268 2 . Dilbilim Araştırmaları Dergisi , 29 (2) , 129-137 . DOI: 10.18492/dad.454621