SP 216 - Introduction to Language Science and Linguistics
This course is an introductory survey of linguistics, the discipline that studies natural language phenomena, and the methods of investigations used in linguistic research. The course introduces students to the fundamental aspects that all languages share and how languages differ with respect to their sound (phonetics), structure (phonology, morphology, syntax), meaning (semantics), context (pragmatics), change (historical and sociolinguistics), and acquisition and language policy.
Flexible Core - Scientific World
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