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LINGĀ 2301. INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN LANGUAGE. 3 Hours.

An introduction to the scientific study of human language, using English as an example. Topics in the course include how sounds are produced, how words and sentences are structured, how and why language changes, how language is acquired by children and adults, how the brain processes language, and how language and society intersect.

Linguistics and TESOL - Undergraduate Programs

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Linguistics is the discipline that studies the structures, acquisition, and histories of human languages around the world. Linguists are not, then, principally people who know many languages, but rather people who investigate how a language is organized and what features all languages exhibit.

Global Studies

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...IN THE WORLD LING 2371. LANGUAGE IN A MULTICULTURAL USA MODL 2301. INTRODUCTION TO WORLD...

Sociology - Undergraduate Programs

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...IN THE WORLD LING 2321. CONSTRUCTED LANGUAGES LING 2351. E-LANGUAGES MODL 2301. INTRODUCTION TO...