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Works cited in the typological universal article
- Croft, William. (2003). Typology and Universals. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2nd edition.
- Greenberg, Joseph H. (ed.) (1963) Universals of Languages. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Moravcsik, Edith A. (2007). 'What is universal about typology?' Linguistic Typology 11(1): 27–41.
A controversial article by Evans and Levinson sparked significant debate across academic fields involved with language.
- Evans, Nicholas and Stephen C. Levinson (2009). 'The myth of language universals'. Behaviorial and Brain Sciences 32: 429–492. Includes comments from Steven Pinker, Ray Jackendoff and others, plus a response from the authors.
More responses and rebuttals followed in a 2010 edition of the 'Lingua' journal.
- Comrie, Bernard (1981). Language Universals and Linguistic Typology Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
- Ferguson, Charles A. (1968). Historical background of universals research. In Greenberg, Ferguson and Moravcsik (eds) Universals of Human Languages. pp. 7-31.
- Greenberg, Joseph H. (ed.) (1978a). Universals of Human Language Vol. 4: Syntax. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
- Greenberg, Joseph H. (ed.) (1978b). Universals of Human Language Vol. 3: Word structure. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
- Heine, Bernd (1997). Cognitive Foundations of Grammar. Oxford: Oxford University Press.