LING 371 - Linguistic Anthropology

Description
An exploration of the way language shapes and is shaped by culture. Investigates different aspects of languages structure which exhibit cultural variation, patterns of cognition and language acquisition, and the socio-linguistic dimensions of cultural variation. Highlights dialect variation, Ebonics, bilingualism, and considers them in light of concepts such as speech communities, language ideology, and performativity. Class Notes: Some seats in this class are reserved for students who need this course for major/minor requirements. On Dec 2 at 12:01 AM open seats are available to all students, eligible wait listed students will have priority. Enrollment Requirements: Enrollment restricted to students with Junior or Senior standing. Requirement Designation: DD - UDGE Social Science.
Credits
3
Attributes
Upper Div GE requirement in Social Science
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Fall 2017
Offered
MW, MWF
Avg. Class Size
41
Avg. Sections
1