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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. (formerly CMSI) 080.
Maeve Eberhardt ()
Dates: May 19- June 13, 2014
This course is a survey of linguistics. The major goal of the course is to introduce students to the field of linguistics, the analysis of linguistic data, and some of the broad issues surrounding the world?s languages. It emphasizes the theory and methodology of the main areas of the field (phonetics, phonology, morphology, and syntax). Students will analyze data samples from the world?s languages in terms of their sound segments, sound patterns, word structure, and sentence structure. The remainder of the course will be divided among other areas of linguistics, including lexical semantics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, language acquisition, and animal communication.
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