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2010-11 Online Catalogue

Courses in Linguistics (LING)

LING 080 - Introduction to Linguistics
Introduction to biological, cognitive, and cultural bases of human communication through language, and to modern linguistic theory. Assignments provide opportunities for critical thinking and writing. Cross-listed with CMSI 080.
Credits: 3.00
LING 095 - Introductory Special Topics
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Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
LING 096 - Introductory Special Topics
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Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
LING 097 - Readings & Research
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Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
LING 098 - Readings & Research
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Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
LING 101 - Intro Linguistics
Credits: 3.00
LING 102 - Linguistics
Credits: 3.00
LING 162 - American English Dialects
Class will examine dialects of American English and the methodology of dialectology with focus on Vermont speech and the social meaning of dialect variation. Cross-listed with CMSI 162 and ENGS 103.
Credits: 3.00
LING 164 - Structure of English Language
Using descriptive linguistic theory, this course examines basics of English grammar with emphasis on hands-on examples. Also includes exploration of politicization of English grammar. Prerequisites: 3 hours of ENGS, CMSI or LING. Cross-listed with CMSI 164 and ENGS 101.
Credits: 3.00
LING 165 - Phonetic Theory and Practice
Linguistic, acoustic, and articulatory phonetics. Stresses phonetic theory and the analysis of speech variation around the world and across the life-span. Pre/co-requisite: CMSI 080 or LING 080. Cross-listed with CMSI 165.
Credits: 3.00
LING 166 - Introduction to Syntax
This course serves as an introduction to the syntax of natural languages and a rigorous approach to the analysis of sentence structure. Pre/co-requisites: ANTH 028, CMSI 080 or LING 080. Cross-listed with CMSI 166 and ANTH 142.
Credits: 3.00
LING 168 - Introduction to Pragmatics
An exploration of the contexts of language--physical, linguistic, and cultural--and their roles in determining the meaning of everyday talk and writing. Pre/co-requisites: LING 080 or CMSI 080.
Credits: 3.00
LING 195 - Intermediate Special Topics
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Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
LING 196 - Intermediate Special Topics
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Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
LING 197 - Readings & Research
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Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
LING 198 - Readings & Research
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Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
LING 295 - Advanced Special Topics
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Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
LING 296 - Advanced Special Topics
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Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
LING 297 - Readings & Research
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Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
LING 298 - Readings & Research
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Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
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