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LIN-745 Languages and Cultures in Deaf Communities
This course explores the relationships between language and culture from an anthropological and sociolinguistic point of view. Students are introduced to various approaches to qualitative analysis as research tools for understanding the interplay between language and culture in the Deaf community in which they participate.
Prerequisites: All first year Linguistics MA courses or by permission of instructor.
Supervised study or research project in an area…
Introduction to First…
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Introduction to Cognitive…
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Psycholinguistics of Sign…
Deaf and hearing people around the world acquire,…
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Depiction, Iconicity, and…
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