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Course Overview

This course will cover the different research traditions in linguistics, as well as the methodological issues involved in doing linguistic research. Students will learn how to access and summarize scholarly publications and how research findings are disseminated. Students will also learn about the ethical conduct of research. Students will work as a research assistant with a faculty member, applying what they learn throughout the semester. Students will periodically report on what they learn about research and about their work on the specific project.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Minor, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: LIN 301, 302

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate