LING 3103 Language and Language Types (Fall: 3 )
Researches the diversity of natural languages and the limits of that diversity. How are human languages similar, and how are they different? What factors control the attested range of cross-linguistic variation? Focus is on morphological and syntactic data, with some discussion of the genetic (historical) relationships among the world's languages and methodological problems facing modern linguistic typologies.
Instructor(s): Margaret Thomas
Prerequisites: LING3101. LING3101/ENGL3527 (SL311/EN 527) and at least one other course in linguistics recommended.
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Comments: Undergraduate linguistics major elective.
Last Updated: 24-Jun-17