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Course Overview

This course builds on foundational material presented in Phonology I. Students will investigate the phonological structure of signs in American Sign Language. Part one (I) presents a comparison of notation systems for signs and provides extensive training in sign notation. Part two (II) deals with phonological contrast. Part three (III) is concerned with the phonotactic properties of lexical signs. Part four (IV) deals with phonological processes and historical change.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate, Masters
Prerequisites: LIN 701 or permission of instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

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