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LIN-741 Sociolinguistics in Deaf Communities
An examination of the theories and principles of sociolinguistics with specific reference to sign languages and Deaf communities around the world. Topics include multilingualism, bilingualism, and language contact, variation, discourse analysis, language policy and planning and language attitudes.
Prerequisites: All first year Linguistics MA courses or by permission of instructor.
In this course we survey the range of…
An examination of analytical methods used in the…
Guided Research Project
This course is required to be taken twice,…
Dissertation Concept Paper
This course serves as a transition from students'…
Dissertation Proposal Development
In this course, students will develop their dissertation…
Grading System: letter grades only.
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