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Course Overview

An introduction to the principles of linguistic study, with a concentrated focus on phonology and phonological theory as applied to English and ASL. Topics will include: phonetics, phonemics, phonological processes, syllables and syllabification, distinctive features, phonological rules, and an overview of current phonological theory.

Credits: 4
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate, Masters
Co-requisites: First year Linguistics MA courses (LIN 702 and LIN 721), or permission of instructor.

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