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CHNS6510

Intro to Chinese Linguistics

Introduction to Chinese Linguistics

This is a graduate course in the basic foundation and principles of linguistics. It combines the teaching of language with research application, explanation and discussion on how to understand linguistic phenomenon, and how to understand linguistic rules. Central content includes: What is language? linguistic concepts, and the nature of language; objectives in the study of linguistics, subdivisions of linguistics, the communicative function of language, and the relationship between language and thought; regional and societal variations in language; the relationship between language and speech, the relationship between language and writing; language structure to classification, speech, semantics, systemized syntax and other related issues.
Subject:
Chinese
Department:
Chinese
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Linguistics

Sections

Summer 2014 Language Schools

CHNS6510A-L14 Lecture (Shi)

Summer 2013

CHNS6510A-L13 Lecture (Yang)

Summer 2012

CHNS6510A-L12 Lecture (Shi)

Summer 2011

CHNS6510A-L11 Lecture (Yang)

Summer 2010

CHNS6510A-L10 Lecture (Shi)

Summer 2009

CHNS6510A-L09 Lecture (Shi)

Summer 2008

CHNS6510A-L08 Lecture (Kubler)

Summer 2007

CHNS6510A-L07 Lecture (Kubler)