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7]), and in a major theoretical study begun by Weinreich, the structure of variation within a speech community, which had been seen as lying outside both Post-Bloomfieldian descriptive linguistics and its Chomskyan successor, was proposed as a vital principle of explanation (Weinreich, Labov & Herzog, 1968). Twofinalexternal features are worth underlining. One is the increasing volume of publication. In the first years of the 1960s a young scholar could buy and read everything written in the field of general linguistics.
The units of grammar (phonemes, morphemes, and so on) were important; also the kinds of relation obtaining between them. 1 American linguistics 1900-1990 31 would be set out for a particular language. But the main problem, as we have seen, had been to develop procedures of analysis which would ensure that that account would be valid. 2). But the basic change lay precisely in Chomsky's analysis of the problem of validation. In a brilliant discussion in Syntactic Structures, he distinguished three requirements that might in principle be placed on a linguistic theory, and argued that it only had to meet the weakest.
The 'main research of descriptive linguistics' is into such relations (1951a: 5). It is also worth citing Gleason's textbook. Descriptive linguistics is defined in the preface as 'the discipline which studies languages in terms of their internal structure' (1961 : iii). He makes clear later that, as the term is 'ordinarily' used, it is concerned with 'the expression side of language' (11). Despite Hymes and Fought's correction of the record (1981), it may still be necessary to stress,firstly,that the extreme view was not universal and, secondly, that it had little to do with the study of hitherto undescribed languages.