LING102 - INTRO TO SOCIOLING

Human language viewed from a social and historical perspective. Students will acquire the tools of linguistic analysis through interactive computer programs, covering phonetics, phonology and morphology, in English and other languages. These techniques will then be used to trace social differences in the use of language, and changing patterns of social stratification. The course will focus on linguistic changes in progress in American society, in both mainstream and minority communities, and the social problems associated with them. Students will engage in field projects to search for the social correlates of linguistic behavior, and use quantitative methods to analyze the results.
Section 001 - LEC
MW 1100AM-1200PM
HENDERSON, ANITA
STEINBERG-DIETRICH 209
Section 201 - REC
R 0930AM-1030AM
GYLFADOTTIR, GUDRUN
FISHER-BENNETT HALL 323
Section 202 - REC
R 1030AM-1130AM
GYLFADOTTIR, GUDRUN
FISHER-BENNETT HALL 25
Section 203 - REC
F 1100AM-1200PM
SNELLER, ELIZABETH
WILLIAMS HALL 321