Language Learning Center - Moodle

This course examines language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species, the diversity and complexity of human languages, phonological and grammatical analysis, the dimensions of language use, the relationship between language and writing, and the impact of historical linguistics on contemporary theory. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 400.

Introduction to the articulatory and acoustic correlates of phonological features. Issues covered include the mapping of dynamic events to static representations, phonetic evidence for phonological description, universal constraints on phonological structure, and implications of psychological speech-sound categorization for phonological theory. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400.

This course examines language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species, the diversity and complexity of human languages, phonological and grammatical analysis, the dimensions of language use in society, the acquisition of language, and the change of language over time.

This course examines language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species, the diversity and complexity of human languages, phonological and grammatical analysis, the dimensions of language use, the relationship between language and writing, and the impact of historical linguistics on contemporary theory. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 400.

Introduction to the articulatory and acoustic correlates of phonological features. Issues covered include the mapping of dynamic events to static representations, phonetic evidence for phonological description, universal constraints on phonological structure, and implications of psychological speech-sound categorization for phonological theory. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400.