Enroll in Linguis 169 LING FIELD METHODS for Winter 2018

Department: East Asian Lang. & Literatures

Post Date: December 12, 2017

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In this course students will collect, organize, and analyze reliable and accurate language data through direct work with a native speaker of an unfamiliar language. In doing so, students will learn linguistic typology, create a collaborative language database, and focus on topics specific to the grammar of the language at hand.
Students will practice collecting, processing, and analyzing linguistic data for the purpose of language documentation and description. The course should benefit not only prospective field workers, but any student of linguistics interested in working with primary data other than native speaker intuition.

* Learn the phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and lexicon of
Japanese

* Learn linguistics … by doing it!

* A collaborative approach to acquiring an unfamiliar language

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