Middlebury

SPAN6704

Intro to Sociolinguistics

Introduction to Sociolinguistics

This course offers an overview of sociolinguistic theory, concentrating on the history and basic concepts related to the subject, as well as sociolinguistics variants due to social and cultural factors in Spain, Latin America, and the United States. Therefore, students will be introduced to theoretical and methodological concepts such as social and linguistic variants in research on language contact. (1 unit)

Required Text: Carmen Silva-Corvalán, Sociolingüística y pragmática del español (Washington: Georgetown UP, 2001).
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Linguistics

Sections

Summer 2015 Language Schools

SPAN6704A-L15 Lecture (Bordon)

Summer 2014 Language Schools

SPAN6704A-L14 Lecture (Herrero Ingelmo)

Summer 2012

SPAN6704A-L12 Lecture (Felix-Brasdefer)

Summer 2010

SPAN6704A-L10 Lecture (Symeonidis)

Summer 2008

SPAN6704A-L08 Lecture (Simounet-Bey)

Summer 2006

SPAN6704A-L06 Lecture (Simounet-Bey)