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Department of Anthropology

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Language, Culture and Society

Anthropology 3386 - Fall 2020

Although this is an introductory course, students who have taken Linguistics 170D, namely, "Introduction to Linguistics", will benefit from knowledge of phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. The primary content of this course explores the relationship between linguistic practice and other social and cultural processes. Anthropological linguistics, including alternative approaches to fieldwork and data collection are introduced, along with various studies of language usage in social and cultural contexts that consider language and thought, language and identity, language and gender, as well as multilingualism and other forms of language contact. The ethnography of speaking and communication are central to this course, as is conversation analyses, which will introduce a combination of qualitative and quantitative linguistic research methods.
Course Attributes: EN SBU BAAS LCDAS SSCFA SSCAR SSC

Section 01

Language, Culture and Society
INSTRUCTOR: Baugh
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Section 02

Language, Culture and Society
INSTRUCTOR: Baugh
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