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Ancestral Asian source(s) of new world Y-chromosome founder haplotypes. (1/669)

Haplotypes constructed from Y-chromosome markers were used to trace the origins of Native Americans. Our sample consisted of 2,198 males from 60 global populations, including 19 Native American and 15 indigenous North Asian groups. A set of 12 biallelic polymorphisms gave rise to 14 unique Y-chromosome haplotypes that were unevenly distributed among the populations. Combining multiallelic variation at two Y-linked microsatellites (DYS19 and DXYS156Y) with the unique haplotypes results in a total of 95 combination haplotypes. Contra previous findings based on Y- chromosome data, our new results suggest the possibility of more than one Native American paternal founder haplotype. We postulate that, of the nine unique haplotypes found in Native Americans, haplotypes 1C and 1F are the best candidates for major New World founder haplotypes, whereas haplotypes 1B, 1I, and 1U may either be founder haplotypes and/or have arrived in the New World via recent admixture. Two of the other four haplotypes (YAP+ haplotypes 4 and 5) are probably present because of post-Columbian admixture, whereas haplotype 1G may have originated in the New World, and the Old World source of the final New World haplotype (1D) remains unresolved. The contrasting distribution patterns of the two major candidate founder haplotypes in Asia and the New World, as well as the results of a nested cladistic analysis, suggest the possibility of more than one paternal migration from the general region of Lake Baikal to the Americas.  (+info)

Is grammar special? (2/669)

Recent studies of children with developmental disorders provide striking insights into the nature of language. These studies suggest that, although much of language arises from more general cognitive capacities, certain aspects of grammar have an autonomous psychological and neural basis.  (+info)

Segregating the functions of human hippocampus. (3/669)

It is now accepted that hippocampal lesions impair episodic memory. However, the precise functional role of the hippocampus in episodic memory remains elusive. Recent functional imaging data implicate the hippocampus in processing novelty, a finding supported by human in vivo recordings and event-related potential studies. Here we measure hippocampal responses to novelty, using functional MRI (fMRI), during an item-learning paradigm generated from an artificial grammar system. During learning, two distinct types of novelty were periodically introduced: perceptual novelty, pertaining to the physical characteristics of stimuli (in this case visual characteristics), and exemplar novelty, reflecting semantic characteristics of stimuli (in this case grammatical status within a rule system). We demonstrate a left anterior hippocampal response to both types of novelty and adaptation of these responses with stimulus familiarity. By contrast to these novelty effects, we also show bilateral posterior hippocampal responses with increasing exemplar familiarity. These results suggest a functional dissociation within the hippocampus with respect to the relative familiarity of study items. Neural responses in anterior hippocampus index generic novelty, whereas posterior hippocampal responses index familiarity to stimuli that have behavioral relevance (i.e., only exemplar familiarity). These findings add to recent evidence for functional segregation within the human hippocampus during learning.  (+info)

Turfing: patients in the balance. (4/669)

OBJECTIVE: To examine the language of "turfing," a ubiquitous term applied to some transfers of patients between physicians, in order to reveal aspects of the ideology of internal medicine residency. SETTING: Academic internal medicine training program. MEASUREMENTS: Using direct observation and a focus group, we collected audiotapes of medical residents' discussions of turfing. These data were analyzed using interpretive and conversation analytic methods. The focus group was used both to validate and to further elaborate a schematic conceptual framework for turfing. MAIN RESULTS: The decision to call a patient "turfed" depends on the balance of the values of effectiveness of therapy, continuity of care, and power. For example, if the receiving physician cannot provide a more effective therapy than can the transferring physician, medical residents consider the transfer inappropriate, and call the patient a turf. With appropriate transfers, these residents see their service as honorable, but with turfs, residents talk about the irresponsibility of transferring physicians, burdens of service, abuse, and powerlessness. CONCLUSIONS: Internal medicine residents can feel angry and frustrated about receiving patients perceived to be rejected by other doctors, and powerless to prevent the transfer of those patients for whom they may have no effective treatment or continuous relationship. This study has implications for further exploration of how the relationships between physicians may uphold or conflict with the underlying moral tenets of the medical profession.  (+info)

Away with words: commentary on the Atlan-Cohen essay 'Immune information, self-organization and meaning'. (5/669)

Drawing on metaphors from linguistics and information theory, Atlan and Cohen challenge us to take a very different view of the immune system, one that engages in constant chatter among the constituents and allows the immune system to arrive at a decision about what to, and not to, destroy. Our commentary responds to this challenge and points out many logical biological flaws in their view. We seem to agree that specificity is important, and that there is some kind of somatic selection process at work to distinguish self from non-self. Our analysis of models depends on the basis of how self and non-self are separated. There are only two possibilities, time or space; and space-based models are all but ruled out. There are two major kinds of time-based model, one based on the time taken for an organism to develop from embryo to adult, the other based on the time taken for a cell to differentiate from one state to another. With so many ambiguities in the metaphors and so little attention to mechanism, the Atlan and Cohen challenge is, we suspect, based on time measured in cell differentiation units. They also make the common mistake of assuming repertoires that are transcendental in size (>10(10)), making it impossible to have a functional immune system in animals smaller than a rabbit--a feature that does not instill confidence in the biological relevance of such models.  (+info)

The evolution of language. (6/669)

The emergence of language was a defining moment in the evolution of modern humans. It was an innovation that changed radically the character of human society. Here, we provide an approach to language evolution based on evolutionary game theory. We explore the ways in which protolanguages can evolve in a nonlinguistic society and how specific signals can become associated with specific objects. We assume that early in the evolution of language, errors in signaling and perception would be common. We model the probability of misunderstanding a signal and show that this limits the number of objects that can be described by a protolanguage. This "error limit" is not overcome by employing more sounds but by combining a small set of more easily distinguishable sounds into words. The process of "word formation" enables a language to encode an essentially unlimited number of objects. Next, we analyze how words can be combined into sentences and specify the conditions for the evolution of very simple grammatical rules. We argue that grammar originated as a simplified rule system that evolved by natural selection to reduce mistakes in communication. Our theory provides a systematic approach for thinking about the origin and evolution of human language.  (+info)

Linguistic threat activates the human amygdala. (7/669)

Studies in animals demonstrate a crucial role for the amygdala in emotional and social behavior, especially as related to fear and aggression. Whereas lesion and functional-imaging studies in humans indicate the amygdala's participation in assessing the significance of nonverbal as well as paralinguistic cues, direct evidence for its role in the emotional processing of linguistic cues is lacking. In this study, we use a modified Stroop task along with a high-sensitivity neuroimaging technique to target the neural substrate engaged specifically when processing linguistic threat. Healthy volunteer subjects were instructed to name the color of words of either threat or neutral valence, presented in different color fonts, while neural activity was measured by using H(2)(15)O positron-emission tomography. Bilateral amygdalar activation was significantly greater during color naming of threat words than during color naming of neutral words. Associated activations were also noted in sensory-evaluative and motor-planning areas of the brain. Thus, our results demonstrate the amygdala's role in the processing of danger elicited by language. In addition, the results reinforce the amygdala's role in the modulation of the perception of, and response to, emotionally salient stimuli. The current study further suggests conservation of phylogenetically older mechanisms of emotional evaluation in the context of more recently evolved linguistic function.  (+info)

Model-based semantic dictionaries for medical language understanding. (8/669)

Semantic dictionaries are emerging as a major cornerstone towards achieving sound natural language understanding. Indeed, they constitute the main bridge between words and conceptual entities that reflect their meanings. Nowadays, more and more wide-coverage lexical dictionaries are electronically available in the public domain. However, associating a semantic content with lexical entries is not a straightforward task as it is subordinate to the existence of a fine-grained concept model of the treated domain. This paper presents the benefits and pitfalls in building and maintaining multilingual dictionaries, the semantics of which is directly established on an existing concept model. Concrete cases, handled through the GALEN-IN-USE project, illustrate the use of such semantic dictionaries for the analysis and generation of multilingual surgical procedures.  (+info)

Clinical linguistics is the branch of linguistics that applies linguistic concepts and theories to the study of language disorders. As the name suggests, clinical linguistics is a dual-facing discipline. Although the conceptual roots of this field are in linguistics, its domain of application is the vast array of clinical disorders that may compromise the use and understanding of language. Both dimensions of clinical linguistics can be addressed through an examination of specific linguistic deficits in individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders, craniofacial anomalies, adult-onset neurological impairments, psychiatric disorders, and neurodegenerative disorders. Clinical linguists are interested in the full range of linguistic deficits in these conditions, including phonetic deficits of children with cleft lip and palate, morphosyntactic errors in children with specific language impairment, and pragmatic language impairments in adults with schizophrenia.Like many applied disciplines in linguistics,
Initially, all modern linguistics was historical in orientation. Even the study of modern dialects involved looking at their origins. Ferdinand de Saussures distinction between synchronic and diachronic linguistics is fundamental to the present day organization of the discipline. Primacy is accorded to synchronic linguistics, and diachronic linguistics is defined as the study of successive synchronic stages. Saussures clear demarcation, however, has had both defenders and critics. In linguistics, a synchronic analysis is one that views linguistic phenomena only at a given time, usually the present, though a synchronic analysis of a historical language form is also possible. This may be distinguished from diachronic, which regards a phenomenon in terms of developments through time. Diachronic analysis is the main concern of historical linguistics; however, most other branches of linguistics are concerned with some form of synchronic analysis. The study of language change offers a valuable ...
Computational linguistics is an interdisciplinary field concerned with the statistical or rule-based modeling of natural language from a computational perspective, as well as the study of appropriate computational approaches to linguistic questions. Traditionally, computational linguistics was performed by computer scientists who had specialized in the application of computers to the processing of a natural language. Today, computational linguists often work as members of interdisciplinary teams, which can include regular linguists, experts in the target language, and computer scientists. In general, computational linguistics draws upon the involvement of linguists, computer scientists, experts in artificial intelligence, mathematicians, logicians, philosophers, cognitive scientists, cognitive psychologists, psycholinguists, anthropologists and neuroscientists, among others. Computational linguistics has theoretical and applied components. Theoretical computational linguistics focuses on issues ...
While enrolled at Ohio State , Hockett became interested in the work of Leonard Bloomfield , a leading figure in the field of structural linguistics. Hockett continued his education at Yale University where he studied anthropology and linguistics and received his PhD in anthropology in Murdock , and Benjamin Whorf. In his dissertation was published as a series in the International Journal of American Linguistics.. Career[ edit ] Hockett began his teaching career in as an assistant professor of linguistics in the Division of Modern Languages at Cornell University where he was responsible for directing the Chinese language program. In , he took up an adjunct post at Rice University in Houston, Texas , where he remained active until his death in In addition to making many contributions to the field of structural linguistics , Hockett also considered such things as Whorfian Theory , jokes , the nature of writing systems , slips of the tongue, and animal communication and their relativeness to ...
The following are the undergraduate, graduate, and GE (General Education) courses offered at the Department of Linguistics UP Diliman. GE Course Linggwistiks 1 Ikaw at ang Wika Mo UNDERGRADUATE Linguistics 110 INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS. 3 units. Principles and methods used in the scientific study of language. Linguistics 115 LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS. 3 units. Synchronic and diachronic…
Historical Linguistics, also called Diachronic Linguistics, the branch of linguistics concerned with the study of phonological, grammatical, and semantic changes, the reconstruction of earlier stages of languages, and the discovery and application of the methods by which genetic relationships among languages can be demonstrated. Historical linguistics had its roots in the etymological speculations of classical and medieval times, in the comparative study of Greek and Latin developed during the Renaissance, and in the speculations of scholars as to the language from which the other languages of the world were descended.. ...
The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics meets the need for a truly international work of reference and reviews current knowledge in the fields of linguistics and language studies. The work makes a systematic effort to take into account the many different views and perspectives encountered in research and thinking in the fields of linguistics and language studies, emphasizing the multidisciplinary nature of the subject. Alphabetically organized, the work consists of ten volumes, each of more than 500 large format pages, including an index volume which contains a contributor index, a three-level subject index, a systematic outline of the Encyclopedia , an article on the bibliographic sources of information in linguistics and language studies and a glossary of technical terms used in the field. In planning the presentation of the Encyclopedia the Editorial Board and the Publisher have considered the wide range of potential users, including not only specialist research workers but also those
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The German sinologist and general linguist Georg von der Gabelentz (1840-1893) occupies an interesting place at the intersection of several streams of linguistic scholarship at the end of the 19th century. As Professor of East Asian languages at the University of Leipzig from 1878 to 1889 and then Professor for Sinology and General Linguistics at the University of Berlin from 1889 until his death, Gabelentz was present at some of the main centers of linguistics at the time. He was, however, generally critical of mainstream historical-comparative linguistics as propagated by the neogrammarians, and instead emphasized approaches to language inspired by a line of researchers including Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767-1835), H. Steinthal (1823-1899), and his own father, Hans Conon von der Gabelentz (1807-1874).Today Gabelentz is chiefly remembered for several theoretical and methodological innovations which continue to play a role in linguistics. Most significant among these are his contributions to cross
Our MSc in English Language and Linguistics provides career opportunities in research, teaching, publishing and lexicography among others., This Masters will equip you with the key linguistic and technical research skills to explore the structure and everyday use of English, past and present, from Anglo-Saxon manuscripts to medieval letters, from speech to semantics, from language experiments to investigating vast text corpora. If you have little or no background in English Linguistics, we have a range of introductory courses which progress to more advanced courses, allowing you to develop theoretical and methodological background for you to carry out your own research study. If you have taken linguistics before, and want to deepen your interests, we offer advanced courses which will allow you to deepen your existing understanding and skills, to carry out your own research project.
Students interested in discourse, interactional linguistics, and sociocultural linguistics (including sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology) will find the graduate emphasis in Language, Interaction, and Social Organization (LISO) a valuable addition to their Ph.D. program. LISO brings together faculty and graduate students in linguistics, sociology, and education who share a recognition of the importance of language as a fundamental resource for human action and social organization. LISO faculty and graduate students conduct research on language use and other communicative action in their naturally occurring interactional contexts. Relying primarily on video and audio recordings of social interaction, linguists in LISO examine such issues as how grammatical structures emerge from communicative needs, how embodied communication such as gesture interacts with language, and how broader social phenomena like identity and power are produced within interaction. Members of LISO study informal ...
on linear generalizations of constructions. According to Langacker (2013) , the rules in linguistics roughly fall into three types: phrasal structure (the generative linguistics), filter (the optimal theory), and schema (the cognitive linguistics and construction grammar). Within the radical. ...
on linear generalizations of constructions. According to Langacker (2013) , the rules in linguistics roughly fall into three types: phrasal structure (the generative linguistics), filter (the optimal theory), and schema (the cognitive linguistics and construction grammar). Within the radical. ...
This four-year degree in Korean, TESOL & linguistics - which includes a year in Korea - gives you the skills you need to teach English in Korea and around the world. The programme is designed to give you communicative Korean language skills, a deep understanding of Korean culture, theories and methods for teaching English in a multilingual world, and broad expertise in linguistics too. Our linguistics modules cover topics such as language, gender and sexuality, World Englishes, and psycholinguistics. The internationally-recognised teaching qualification, CELTA, is included, subject to successful interview.. ...
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The 9th International Corpus Linguistics Conference took place from Monday 24 to Friday 28 July 2017 at the University of Birmingham.. Corpus Linguistics is a biennial conference which has been running since 2001 and has been hosted by Lancaster University, the University of Liverpool, and the University of Birmingham.. You can download the extended abstracts for each paper and poster presentation from the links below. Each abstract is a PDF file. The entire set of extended abstracts can also be downloaded as a single PDF file but please be aware that the file is very large (31 MB) and may take a long time to download. When citing an abstract, please use the URL for the individual paper, not the URL for the entire set. For example:. Anthony, L. and Thompson, P. (2017). Automatic Creation and Discourse-Level Annotation of Individualized Discipline-Specific Corpora for the Data-Driven Learning (DDL) Classroom. Corpus Linguistics 2017 Conference, University of Birmingham, 25-28 July 2017. ...
Hi Ellen! Where are you and what are you currently doing?. I am across the campus at Villard Hall, and I am currently a first-year PhD student in Theatre Arts at the University of Oregon. My goal is to become a professor or an acting trainer. I am currently studying and rehearsing for various shows and projects. At the start of June, I will be appearing as an actor in Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric play by Anne Washburn, a play about how pop culture survives the post-apocalypse, which will wrap up the University Theatres 2016-17 season. (Click here for more info.). Could you tell us more about your experience doing a Masters in Linguistics at the University of Oregon?. I completed my masters in two years. I took classes and conducted my own research with my adviser Eric Pederson. While in the linguistics department, I was encouraged to pursue both of my areas of study (theatre training and linguistics). I designed a pilot study to examine the non-verbal behavior that actors exhibit while reciting ...
The journal publishes research papers in the all the fields of language, literature and linguistics such as fundamentals of languages, ELT, the sounds and words of language, structures and meanings, language and gender, sociolinguistics, English syntax, historical linguistics, origins/evolution of language, experimental linguistics, phonology, endangered/minority languages, language and nature, communicative strategies, linguistic anthropology, linguistic analysis, language and alienation, Hispanic linguistics, analyzing Chinese language, philosophy of language, psychology of language, field methods in linguistics, history of the Spanish language, Spanish dialectology, applied linguistics, language, brain and society, advertising and propaganda, phonetics, morphology narrative and memory, thinking and writing across the curriculum, literary research methods, literary discourse, British literature, American literature, professional writing, conflict and community, studies in trauma literature, ...
A general introduction to the nature, history and use of human language, speech and writing. Topics include the biological basis of human language, and analogous systems in other creatures; relations to cognition, communication, and social organization; sounds, forms and meanings in the worlds languages; the reconstruction of linguistic history and the family tree of languages; dialect variation and language standardization; language and gender; language learning by children and adults; the neurology of language and language disorders; the nature and history of writing systems. Intended for any undergraduate interested in language or its use, this course is also recommended as an introduction for students who plan to major in linguistics ...
A general introduction to the nature, history and use of human language, speech and writing. Topics include the biological basis of human language, and analogous systems in other creatures; relations to cognition, communication, and social organization; sounds, forms and meanings in the worlds languages; the reconstruction of linguistic history and the family tree of languages; dialect variation and language standardization; language and gender; language learning by children and adults; the neurology of language and language disorders; the nature and history of writing systems. Intended for any undergraduate interested in language or its use, this course is also recommended as an introduction for students who plan to major in linguistics ...
About LAP Professors Unit Representatives About LAP This unique interdisciplinary program option focuses on the scientific exploration of language acquisition by different kinds of learners in diverse contexts. Students in the Language Acquisition Program (LAP) option are introduced to theoretical and methodological issues on language acquisition from the perspectives of cognitive neuroscience, theoretical linguistics, psycholinguistics, education, communication sciences and disorders, and neuropsychology. Participating Departments Department of Integrated Studies in Education Department of Linguistics Department of Psychology School of Communication Sciences and Disorders Professors School of Communication Sciences & Disorders Meghan Clayards My research explores phonetic variability and individual differences in speech perception and production as well as plasticity and learning in both L1 adult listeners and second language learners of a variety of ages. I use primarily behavioural methods
We specialize in the following languages and language families: Arabic, Bengali, Celtic, Finnic, Romance languages, and Germanic, including English, Icelandic, and Scandinavian languages. Inside this broad remit, we focus on three major, intersecting research areas.. Language and Linguistics research clusters here at Newcastle include linguistic theory, language variation and change, and language evolution, acquisition, and development.. ...
205. Advanced Cognitive Linguistics. (3 units.) This will be an advanced course in cognitive linguistics. Among the topics covered will be cognitive bases for aspects of grammatical structure, cognitive constraints on language change and grammaticalization, and motivations for linguistic universals (i.e., constraints on variability).. 208. Psycholinguistics. (3 units.) Graduate-level introduction to psycholinguistics; provides an overview of key questions and research findings in psycholinguistics. Psycholinguistics focuses on the mechanisms underlying human language production and comprehension. Central to psycholinguistics is the formulation of conceptual and computational models of those mechanisms. 225. Construction Grammar: The Relationship between Thought and Language. (3 units.) Discussion of two major theoretical approaches in construction grammar: (1) embodied cognition results, conceptual metaphor, and the neural modeling of brain mechanisms necessary to account for thought and ...
This course comprises a curriculum in grammar and text linguistics spanning roughly 200¿250 pages taken from a modern text book written in French, in contrast to the 100-level text book which is comparative and written in a Scandinavian language. Students will also be given a selection of academic articles of around 50 pages.. The work on both grammar and text linguistics has as its main aim to give the students more extensive theoretical knowledge and practical proficiency in modern French. ...
The Master Course comprises modules in linguistics as well as foreign language acqusition.. Structure and schedule of the study course are laid down in the study and exam regulations. It contains detailed descriptions of the content and qualification objectives for each module as well as the type and requirements of the exams to be taken and the final Masters examination. The regulations list the credit points (LP) for each module and for each individual course as well as the workload in hours of study for the whole study program.. In the area of linguistics the students have to successfully complete two compulsory modules and four elective modules.. In the area of foreign language acquisition students have to learn or extend their competence in at least two different foreign languages. The levels of entry and target qualifications are not specified, but students will have to prove that their level of competence at the end of the study program in each chosen language is higher than their ...
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Kari Christopherson, Linguistics minor alumna and current MA student in Spanish, presented on findings from her fall Linguistics class research March 1 in the Cultural Constructions V conference on 21st Century Pedagogies . Her paper was Choose a Language, Choose a Message: Language Choice and Code Switching Motivations between Spanish/English Graduate Students and Professors. … Dr. Colleen Fitzgerald (Professor) and Dr. Mary Linn (Univ. of Oklahoma) presented on Training Communities, Training Graduate Students: The 2012 Oklahoma Breath of Life Workshop at the 3rd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation on the campus of University of Hawaii earlier this month. … Senior Lecturer Dr. Benjamin Slade is presenting a conference talk this week at FASAL (Formal Approaches to South Asian Languages) on Some epistemic indefinites in Sinhala at the University of Southern California. … Alumna Dr. Yujeong Choi and Assistant Professor Dr. Cynthia Kilpatrick will be ...
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Led by Bernard Comrie, the Department of Linguistics studies the diversity of human language and the historical processes underlying this diversity. The researchers are interested in
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Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia, has published a journal named Parole: Journal of Linguistics and Education with e-ISSN 2338-0683 (electronic) and p-ISSN 2087-345X (printed). According to our plan, this journal will be published twice a year in April and October. The Editors predict that this journal will be consumed by: linguists, experts in socio-cultural studies, university lecturers in language teaching, students in linguistics, language teachers, journalists, and other professionals. Thus, as its name has it, the journal will publish papers in the study of linguistics and/or applied linguistics (or language teaching). The Parole: Journal of Linguistics and Education has been indexed and abstracted and displayed in Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ) (http://www.doaj.org), GOOGLE SCHOLAR (http://scholar.google.com), Indonesian Publication Index (IPI) (http://id.portalgaruda.org), EPRINTS UNDIP (http://eprints.undip.ac.id).. Articles received will ...
Evolutionary linguistics as a field is rapidly emerging as a result of developments in neighboring disciplines. To what extent languages features are determined by genes, a hotly debated dichotomy in linguistics, has had new light shed upon it by the discovery of the FOXP2 gene.[7][8] An English family with a severe, heritable language dysfunction was found to have a defective copy of this gene.[9][10] Mutations of the corresponding gene in mice (FOXP2 is fairly well conserved; modern humans share the same allele as Neanderthals)[11][12] cause reductions in size and vocalization rate. If both copies are damaged, the Purkinje layer (a part of the cerebellum that contains better-connected neurons than any other) develops abnormally, runting is more common, and pups die within weeks due to inadequate lung development.[13] Additionally, higher presence of FOXP2 in songbirds is correlated to song changes, with downregulation causing incomplete and inaccurate song imitation in zebra finches. In ...
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Acknowledgements. Reading this book at different levels.. Introduction.. 1. Numerical Adjectives and the Type of Sets.. 2. The Adjectival Theory of Indefinite Predicates and Arguments.. 3. The Variable Constraint on Predicates and There-Insertion Subjects.. 4. Problems for Weak-Strong Analyses of There-Insertion Subjects.. 5. There-Insertion Subjects as Subjects Adjoined to Verb Phrases.. 6. There-Insertion Subjects Adjoined to Saturated Predicates.. 7. Some Questions about There-Insertion in Dutch.. 8. The Problem of Negative Noun Phrases.. 9. Relational Indefinites and Semantic Incorporation.. 10. Definite Time-Adverbials and Event Measures.. 11. Indefinite Time-Adverbials and the Counting-Grid.. References.. Index.. ...
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Applied Linguistics impact strategy is primarily delivered through ilab:learn, an 11-year collaboration with Computing Science. ilab:learn (Seedhouse, Satar, Ganassin, Whelan) is a physical laboratory for developing appropriate educational and applied linguistic applications of digital technology. Digital equipment is located in the lab for active, creative use by staff and pgr students. We host visits from local schools and refugee groups and deliver events in the community. The lab has delivered 4 EU-funded grants and technologies (Lancook, Linguacuisine, VEO Europa, ENACT) and 4 PhD students (Park, Ren, Tasdemir, Trang) have employed the technologies and contributed to publications. The book Task-Based Language Learning in a Real-World Digital Environment presents research studies on the Lancook project, and the Linguacuisine impact case study describes how the Linguacuisine app has provided free digital infrastructure on a worldwide scale for using and exchanging language learning recipes. ...
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I studied General Linguistics, Philosophy and Logics in Pisa, Leipzig and Moscow, completing my studies with a Masters thesis on the tense and aspect system of Bezhta in 2007. From 2007 to 2011 I was a PhD student at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig. I wrote my thesis A grammar of Hinuq under the supervision of Bernard Comrie. Hinuq is a small underdocumented and endangered language of the Tsezic subgroup of the Nakh-Daghestanian family. Since April 2011 I am employed as a full-time lecturer at the Chair of General Linguistics at the University of Bamberg.. My general research interests concern languages of the Caucasus (especially Nakh-Daghestanian languages), language documentation and description and various morphosyntactic topics (e.g. spatial case systems, non-canonical agent constructions, alignment, evidentiality).. Since 2005 I have conducted extensive linguistic fieldwork in Daghestan, mainly of Hinuq, Bezhta and Tsez, but also on other ...
Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) is reaching further and further into everyday life with Apples Siri, Google voice search, automated telephone information systems, dictation devices, closed captioning, and other applications. Along with such advances in speech technology, sociolinguists have been considering new methods for alignment and vowel formant extraction, including techniques like the Penn Aligner (Yuan and Liberman 2008) and the FAVE automated vowel extraction program (Evanini et al. 2009; Rosenfelder et al. 2011). With humans transcribing audio recordings into sentences, these semi-automated methods can produce effective vowel formant measurements (Labov et al. 2013). But as the quality of ASR improves, sociolinguistics may be on the brink of another transformative technology: large-scale, completely automated vowel extraction without any need for human transcription. It would then be possible to quickly extract vowels from virtually limitless hours of recordings, such as YouTube, ...
Working with Arab students pursuing a degree in English Language and Translation at the Taiz University, Republic of Yemen, has brought to the researcher‟s attention a number of errors or problems encountered in Arabic to English translation. This study aims to investigate the problems encountered by student translators (STs), novice translators (NTs) as well as more experienced translators (Ts) while translating from Arabic into English. The study starts with the assumption that Arabic and English belong to different families of languages and thus there is rarely a word-for-word equivalence in both languages. The present study is cross-sectional in nature. It is based on empirical data collected from several categories of translators. In other words, the data was collected from fourth-year students in the department of English and Translation in the Faculty of Arts, Taiz University, as well as five NTs who have previously graduated from this department and are currently working in a number of ...
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It is the belief that mental states and processes are prior to and exist independently of behavior. As such, it is the opposite of behaviorism. The mentalist notions of Chomskyan linguistics, such as the competence/performance distinction and universal grammar, have had a profound influence on applied linguistics. (Blackwell ...
Special Edition, September 2009, Language, Culture and Identity in Asia. , September 2009 home , PDF version , TitleLanguage Policies - Impact on Language Maintenance and Teaching: Focus on Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and the Philippines1 AuthorsMaya Khemlani David#, Francesco Cavallaro* and Paolo Coluzzi‡ 2#University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; *Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; ‡Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Darussalam BiodataFrancesco […]. Continue Reading. ...
This paper argues that there are at least five reasons why the claim that the Bible is to be taken literally defies logic or otherwise makes no sense, and why literalists are in no position to claim that they have the only correct view of biblical teachings. First, many words are imprecise and therefore require interpretation, especially to fill in gaps between general words and their application to specific situations. Second, if you are reading an English version of the Bible you are already dealing with the interpretations of the translator since the earliest Bibles were written in other languages. Third, biblical rules have exceptions, and those exceptions are often not explicitly set forth. Fourth, many of the Bibles stories defy logic and our experiences of the world. Fifth, there are sometimes two contrary versions of the same event, so if we take one literally then we cannot take the second one literally. In each of these five cases, there is no literal reading to be found. Furthermore, ...
In state-of-the-art phrase-based statistical machine translation systems, modelling phrase reorderings is an important need to enhance naturalness of the translated outputs, particularly when the grammatical structures of the language pairs differ significantly. Posing phrase movements as a classification problem, we exploit recent developments in solving large-scale multiclass support vector machines. Using dual coordinate descent methods for learning, we provide a mechanism to shrink the amount of training data required for each iteration. Hence, we produce significant computational saving while preserving the accuracy of the models. Our approach is a couple of times faster than maximum entropy approach and more memory-efficient (50% reduction). Experiments were carried out on an Arabic-English corpus with more than a quarter of a billion words. We achieve BLEU score improvements on top of a strong baseline system with sparse reordering features. ...
research.html - research.html. Publications. Monograph:. Handl, Sandra (2011), The conventionality of figurative language. A usage-based study (Language in Performance 46), Tübingen: Narr.. Edited volume:. Handl, Sandra and Hans-Jörg Schmid, eds. (2011), Windows to the mind. Metaphor, metonymy and conceptual blending (Cognitive Linguistics Research 48), Berlin - New York: Mouton de Gruyter.. Articles:. Handl, Sandra (submitted), Selling and buying, killing and wounding: (Un)conventional metaphors from two different semantic fields, Elisabetta Gola and Francesca Ervas, eds., Selected proceedings of the Conference on Metaphor and Communication, Cagliari, May 12 - 14, 2011, Amsterdam - Philadelphia: John Benjamins.. Handl, Sandra (forthcoming), Meaning is use, in Bernd Kortmann and Johannes Kabatek, eds., Theorien und Methoden der Sprachwissenschaft/Theories and methods in linguistics [Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft (WSK)], Berlin - New York: Mouton de ...
Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by English Studies at Strathclyde. Particular research specialisms include literary linguistics, the study of literary texts using techniques drawn from linguistics and cognitive science.. The team also demonstrates research expertise in Renaissance studies, researching Renaissance literature, the history of ideas and language and cultural history. English hosts the Centre for Literature, Culture & Place which explores literature and its relationships with geography, space, landscape, travel, architecture, and the environment.. Explore all Strathclyde Open Access research.... ...
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Many studies have shown that behavioral measures are affected by manipulating the imageability of words. Though imageability is usually measured by human judgment, little is known about what factors underlie those judgments. We demonstrate that imageability judgments can be largely or entirely accounted for by two computable measures that have previously been associated with imageability, the size and density of a words context and the emotional associations of the word. We outline an algorithmic method for predicting imageability judgments using co-occurrence distances in a large corpus. Our computed judgments account for 58% of the variance in a set of nearly two thousand imageability judgments, for words that span the entire range of imageability. The two factors account for 43% of the variance in lexical decision reaction times (LDRTs) that is attributable to imageability in a large database of 3697 LDRTs spanning the range of imageability. We document variances in the distribution of our measures
The setting was a region in the West Midlands of England, UK. The research aimed to recruit a minimum of 30 GPs, 30 patients and 30 HPs in order to capture 90 experiences of discharge communication. Participating GPs initially screened and selected a range of recent discharge letters which they assessed to be successful and unsuccessful exemplars. These letters identified potential participants who were invited to take part: the HP letter writer, GP recipient and patient. Participant viewpoints are collected through interviews, focus groups and surveys and will be matched to the discharge letter sample, so forming multiple-perspective quartet cases. These quartets allow direct comparisons between different discharge experiences within the same communicative event. The methods for analysis draw on techniques from the fields of Applied Linguistics and Health Sciences, including: corpus linguistics; inferential statistics; content analysis.. Discussion ...
During this course, you will be introduced to the history of Galicia, from its pre-history through to the creation of the autonomous community that it is today. While attention is paid to Galicias pre-history (in connection with the concept of Celtic roots and its evolution and manipulation for Galicias historical identity) and the Middle Ages, the module will concentrate largely on the history of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries with particular focus on the emergence of the idea of nationhood, political activism, and cultural production in Galicia. Key historical texts will be analysed for each period covered. Books: De la Granja, José Luis; Beramendi, Justo; Anguera, Pere, La España de los nacionalismos y las autonomías (Madrid: Editorial Síntesis, 2001). Gemie, Sharif, Galicia, A Concise History (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006). King, Stewart, Beyond the periphery : narratives of identity in the Basque country, Catalonia and Galicia = Más allá de la periferia : ...
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Covering all aspects of the history of Arabic, the Arabic linguistic tradition, Arabic dialects, sociolinguistics and Arabic as a world language, this introductory guide is perfect for students of Arabic, Arabic historical linguistics and Arabic sociolinguistics. Concentrating on the difference between the two types of Arabic the classical standard language and the dialects Kees Versteegh charts the history and development of the Arabic language from its earliest beginnings to modern times. Students will gain a solid grounding in the structure of the language, its historical context and its use in various literary and non-literary genres, as well as an understanding of the role of Arabic as a cultural, religious and political world language. New for this edition: additional chapters on the structure of Arabic, Bilingualism and Arabic pidgins and creoles; a full explanation of the use of conventional Arabic transcription and IPA characters; an updated bibliography and all chapters have been revised and
In sign language linguistics, handshape units in verb forms that express a meaning related to the subject or the object of a given sentence have received much attention because of the complex information that is expressed simultaneously through constructions that contain these units. The varying terminology used to refer to these units and the constructions they appear in reflect the ongoing debate about their linguistic status (cf. Schembri 2003: 4). As a detailed discussion of the appropriateness of the use of the notion of classifier in sign languages vis-a-vis spoken languages (cf., for example, Slobin et al. 2003: 272) is beyond the scope of this work, we will continue to refer to these handshape components as classifiers and assume that the set of classifier morphemes in a given sign language represents a set of bound morphemes that cannot constitute a word on their own (cf. Sandler 2006: 193; cf. also Benedicto & Brentari 2004). Although some scholars treat classifiers as a separate ...
Language comprehension is best viewed as guided experience. The linguistic input provides cues to the human brain as to how to construct experiential simulations of the state of affairs it denotes. We show that this view of language comprehension is consistent with a range of extant evidence in a variety of fields, ranging from historical linguistics to cognitive neuroscience. We furthermore discuss new evidence that directly supports the experience-based view. We argue that the prevailing amodal view of language comprehension is unable to coherently account for this evidence. ...
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presented in person). * Richard Futrell. 2017. Memory and Locality in Natural Language. Brown University LingLangLunch, 9/27/2017.. * Richard Futrell and Timothy J. ODonnell. 2017. A generative model of phonotactics. MIT Workshop on Simplicity in Grammar Learning, 9/23/2017. [video]. * Richard Futrell. 2017. Memory and Locality in Natural Language. University of Arizona Linguistics Colloquium, 9/15/2017.. * Richard Futrell. 2017. Information locality in natural language. Lightning talk at the Workshop on Executive Functions and Language Processing, MIT, 5/25/2017. [video]. Cory Shain, Marten van Schijndel, Richard Futrell, Edward Gibson, and William Schuler. Retrieving structures from memory causes difficulty during incremental processing. Talk at CUNY 2017, 4/1/2017. [video]. * Richard Futrell and Roger Levy. 2017. Noisy-context surprisal as a human sentence processing cost model. Talk at CUNY 2017, 3/30/2017. [video]. * Richard Futrell. 2017. Comment on Semantic Typology and Efficient ...
Background: Studies devoted to improving past tense verb production in Brocas aphasic patients are sparse. Of the existing studies few have produced generalised improvement on untreated verbs, although one study has shown improvement on untreated regular, but not irregular, verbs (Weinrich, Boser, & McCall, 1999). Within a single mechanism account of past tense verb production (McClelland & Patterson, 2002a, 2002b), irregular verbs fall into clusters that share similar transformations from their stem to past tense. No studies to our knowledge have explored whether strengthening irregular verb representations during rehabilitation can support production on untreated irregulars from the same irregular clusters.Aims: The aim of the current paper was to test the single mechanism claim that generalised improvement can be directed via irregular verb clusters in a Brocas aphasic participant (DS). We treated past tense verb production in sentences by using a mapping therapy, with the aim of maximising
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  • Historical linguistics is the study of language change, particularly with regards to a specific language or a group of languages. (wikipedia.org)
  • Western trends in historical linguistics date back to roughly the late 18th century, when the discipline grew out of philology (the study of ancient texts and antique documents). (wikipedia.org)
  • Historical linguistics emerged as one of the first few sub-disciplines in the field, and was most widely practiced during the late 19th century. (wikipedia.org)
  • Historical linguistics studies language change either diachronically (through a comparison of different time periods in the past and present) or in a synchronic manner (by observing developments between different variations that exist within the current linguistic stage of a language). (wikipedia.org)
  • At first, historical linguistics served as the cornerstone of comparative linguistics, which involves a study of the relationship between different languages. (wikipedia.org)
  • During this time, scholars of historical linguistics were only concerned with creating different categories of language families, and reconstructing prehistoric proto languages by using the comparative method and the method of internal reconstruction. (wikipedia.org)
  • Scholars of historical linguistics also studied Uralic languages, another European language family for which very little written material existed back then. (wikipedia.org)
  • The above approach of comparativism in linguistics is now, however, only a small part of the much broader discipline called historical linguistics. (wikipedia.org)
  • Two of the following courses: Linguistics 103 (Advertising and Propaganda), Linguistics 201 (Historical Linguistics), Linguistics 202 (Origins and Evolution of Language), and Linguistics 301 (Language and Alienation). (macalester.edu)
  • What can historical linguistics and experimental pragmatics offer each other? (degruyter.com)
  • Quantitative Methods in Linguistics offers a practical introduction to statistics and quantitative analysis with data sets drawn from the field and coverage of phonetics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, and syntax, as well as probability distribution and quantitative methods. (wiley.com)
  • Bringing the advances of theoretical linguistics to the study of language change in a systematic way, this innovative textbook shows that theoretical linguistics can be used to solve problems where traditional approaches to historical linguistics have failed to produce satisfying results, and that the results of historical research can have an impact on theory. (upenn.edu)
  • It then focuses on different types of language change from contemporary viewpoints, before exploring comparative reconstruction - the most spectacular success of traditional historical linguistics - and the problems inherent in trying to devise new methods for linguistic comparison. (upenn.edu)
  • Positioned at the cutting edge of the field, the book argues that this approach can and should lead to the re-integration of historical linguistics as one of the core areas in the study of language. (upenn.edu)
  • diachronic (historical) linguistics studies the changes that occurred in a language or family of languages over time. (factbites.com)
  • However, the corpus-based methods in this book are also essential components of recent developments in sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, computational linguistics, and psycholinguistics. (springer.com)
  • Historical linguistics , also called diachronic linguistics , is the scientific study of language change over time. (wikipedia.org)
  • Western modern historical linguistics dates from the late 18th century. (wikipedia.org)
  • At first, historical linguistics served as the cornerstone of comparative linguistics primarily as a tool for linguistic reconstruction. (wikipedia.org)
  • Comparative linguistics is now, however, only a part of a more broadly conceived discipline of historical linguistics. (wikipedia.org)
  • The course can for example include topics from applied linguistics, theoretical linguistics, historical linguistics, or a combination of these disciplines. (uib.no)
  • Historical linguistics , also known as philology , is the study of how a language develops into its present form. (wikibooks.org)
  • However, the field of historical linguistics is relatively new, dating back to the 19th century. (wikibooks.org)
  • Traditionally historical linguistics has attempted to reconstruct ancestor languages via the process of the comparative method . (wikibooks.org)
  • Sound changes are an important part of historical linguistics. (wikibooks.org)
  • It was the first systematic sound shifts discovered, and changed the course of historical linguistics forever. (wikibooks.org)
  • Wide-ranging and with clear definitions, it is the ideal reference for students and teachers in language-related courses, and a great introduction to linguistics for the general reader with an interest in language and its study. (oxfordreference.com)
  • Both tracks require students to take Linguistics 100 (Introduction to Linguistics), 104 (The Sounds of Language), 200 (English Syntax), and 205 (Phonology), as well as a capstone course sequence. (macalester.edu)
  • We work with authors such as David Crystal, Koenraad Kuiper, Ruth Wodak and Judith Baxter to bring you exciting work covering a wide range of areas, including applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, language education and much more. (palgrave.com)
  • Sociolinguistics , anthropological linguistics , and linguistic anthropology are social sciences that consider the interactions between linguistics and society as a whole. (factbites.com)
  • Computational linguistics implements theoretical constructs to parse or produce natural language or homologues. (wikipedia.org)
  • From a computational linguistics viewpoint, there are semantic models of a sentence. (wikipedia.org)
  • Applications of computational linguistics in machine translation , computer-assisted translation , and natural language processing are extremely fruitful areas of applied linguistics which have come to the forefront in recent years with increasing computing power. (factbites.com)
  • As per CLIN 21, selection of papers presented at CLIN meetings are published in a free electronic journal, Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal . (rug.nl)
  • Since CLIN 20 in Utrecht (2010), STIL has sponsored a Master Thesis Award for excellent theses on any aspect of Computational Linguistics. (rug.nl)
  • The prize of 2500 euro will be awarded by an international jury of distinguished Computational Linguistics researchers to a PhD thesis defended the three previous years at a Dutch or Belgian University. (rug.nl)
  • STIL (Foundation for Inductive Learning Applications), was founded in 1997 as a link to the outside world for language technology software and expertise developed at Tilburg University's Induction of Linguistic Knowledge (ILK) research group and the University of Antwerp's Computational Linguistics and Psycholinguistics Research Center (CLiPS). (rug.nl)
  • At CLIN 20, a special annual thesis prize, sponsored by STIL, has been awarded to the best MA-thesis in computational linguistics. (rug.nl)
  • As per CLIN 21, a selection of papers of the CLIN meeting will be made available by the new electronic, free, journal Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal . (rug.nl)
  • Contemporary issues like automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning are to a large extend driven by computational linguistics. (uni-trier.de)
  • The study program Computational Linguistics focuses on the fundamentals of modern natural language processing techniques. (uni-trier.de)
  • The research in Computational Linguistics in Trier deals with the machine learning of knowledge representations from textual sources. (uni-trier.de)
  • The department offers undergraduate programs in linguistics and graduate studies in cognitive science (emphasis in linguistics) through the School of Graduate Studies Individualized Program (INDI). (concordia.ca)
  • Intended for any undergraduate interested in language or its use, this course is also recommended as an introduction for students who plan to major in linguistics. (upenn.edu)
  • At undergraduate level our Bachelor of Speech, Hearing and Language Sciences provides a broad foundation for further studies and research in linguistics, while we also contribute majors in Linguistics in a number of other undergraduate programs in Arts, Social Sciences and Human Sciences. (edu.au)
  • We will be again be offering two undergraduate Linguistics classes at the UTA Fort Worth campus. (uta.edu)
  • As no other tertiary institution in Singapore offers such an undergraduate programme, the Linguistics and Multilingual Studies (LMS) Programme at NTU is well placed to take on this challenge. (ntu.edu.sg)
  • He is an associate editor for International Journal of American Linguistics , and a past associate editor of the Journal of Semantics . (umass.edu)
  • Download Disciplines Semantics Linguistics Composition, linguistics. (tradebit.com)
  • She made the move across to scholarly in 2017, and is delighted to be focusing on language and linguistics. (palgrave.com)
  • Dr. Nathan Eversole (PhD in Linguistics, 2017) has accepted a position with Amazon in Seattle, working on Alexa's natural language understanding. (uta.edu)
  • Lise Fontaine is a Reader at Cardiff University in the Centre for Language and Communication Research (CLCR) where she lectures mainly on functional grammar, word meaning, corpus linguistics, and psycholinguistics. (oxfordreference.com)
  • The department is known for its interdisciplinary research, spanning many subfields of linguistics, as well as integration of theory, corpus research, field work, and cognitive and computer science. (upenn.edu)
  • It provides both a theoretical discussion of what quantitative corpus linguistics entails and detailed, hands-on, step-by-step instructions to implement the techniques in the field. (springer.com)
  • In recognition of the critical relevance of these languages to understanding the range and limits of human linguistic and cultural variation, the Linguistics Program accepts research and dissertation proposals in response to solicitations NSF Dynamic Language Infrastructure - NEH Documenting Endangered Languages (DLI-DEL) NSF 19-606 and Linguistics: Dynamic Language Infrastructure -Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (DLI-DDRI) NSF 19-607. (nsf.gov)
  • the capstone sequence, consisting of Linguistics 300 (Linguistic Analysis) and Linguistics 400 (Field Methods in Linguistics). (macalester.edu)
  • Linguistics in SIL focuses on researching undocumented minority languages , training field linguists , and providing resources to assist in linguistic data collection and analysis . (factbites.com)
  • Because the very nature of modern linguistic inquiry is to build arguments for particular analyses, the study of linguistics gives the student finely honed argumentation skills, which stand in good stead in careers in law, business, and any other profession where such skills are crucial. (factbites.com)
  • With its focus on analyzing patterns of linguistic structure , identifying patterns of language use, and theorizing the connections between them, over the last two decades UCSB has developed ideas and methods that are critical for moving the field of linguistics into a new era. (factbites.com)
  • In linguistics, a synchronic analysis is one that views linguistic phenomena only at a given time, usually the present, though a synchronic analysis of a historical language form is also possible. (wikipedia.org)
  • In practice, a purely synchronic linguistics is not possible for any period before the invention of the gramophone , as written records always lag behind speech in reflecting linguistic developments. (wikipedia.org)
  • We also have links with research networks outside Kent, and are involved with national and international academic associations including the Linguistics Association of Great Britain, the British Association of Academic Phoneticians, the Linguistic Society of America, the Association for French Language Studies and the Poetics and Linguistics Association. (gradschools.com)
  • Applied Linguistics at Warwick offers a unique approach to the study of language: we apply linguistic knowledge and theory to solve real-world problems. (warwick.ac.uk)
  • This wide-ranging book presents the linguistic achievements of four major cultures to readers presumably conversant with modern theoretical linguistics. (worldcat.org)
  • On July 1, 1968, C.I.J.M. Stuart (Ian) was appointed Professor and Head of a new Linguistics Program at the University of Alberta, which was then part of the Department of Germanic Languages and General Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts and was housed in the Old Arts Building. (ualberta.ca)
  • Note: E.-D. Cook was the first recipient of a PhD degree in Linguistics from the University of Alberta, but this was in 1968, when the program was still part of the Department of Germanic Languages & General Linguistics. (ualberta.ca)
  • Linguistics major Stephanie Korb has received an academic year Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) award to study Japanese in Japan for the 2019-20 academic year. (uwm.edu)
  • Our linguistics courses are in the UK's Top 20 for student satisfaction (NSS 2019). (ntu.ac.uk)
  • The department is well known nationally and internationally for our cutting-edge research in the fields of hearing research, language processing, child language acquisition and applied linguistics research on adult language learning. (edu.au)
  • This means that you will be studying the very latest developments in clinical linguistics, media discourse and child language acquisition. (ntu.ac.uk)
  • Theoretical linguistics (including traditional descriptive linguistics) is concerned with building models of these systems, their parts (ontologies), and their combinatorics. (wikipedia.org)
  • Complete coverage is given to various fields of linguistics including descriptive, historical, comparative, theoretical and geographical linguistics. (stanford.edu)
  • These are the basic questions that the science of linguistics seeks to answer. (ucsd.edu)
  • The science of linguistics is concerned with the patterns in human language, and with all aspects of human behavior that interact with human beings' ability to use language. (washington.edu)
  • the study or science of linguistics in relation to geography. (faqs.org)
  • the science of linguistics. (faqs.org)
  • The course has flexibility in terms of how much Spanish and linguistics content you study over the four years. (york.ac.uk)
  • Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 20:2. (nyu.edu)
  • Newcastle Working Papers in Linguistics v.16 . (ncl.ac.uk)
  • Our administrators are your first point of contact for course queries relating to Applied Linguistics and Communication. (bbk.ac.uk)
  • She is also co-editor of the Routledge series Advances in Functional Linguistics , which seeks to investigate the relationships between theories and evidences through a broad range of functional, cognitive, and social approaches to language. (oxfordreference.com)
  • The Routledge Linguistics Encyclopedia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Don't miss any of Routledge Linguistics' selection of recently published and upcoming titles in Language and Gender Studies. (routledge.com)
  • Routledge Studies in Chinese Linguistics is a state-of-the-art book series showcasing high quality research on the linguistics of the Chinese language. (routledge.com)
  • These are LIGN 3 (Language as a Social and Cultural Phenomenon), LIGN 4 (Language as a Cognitive System), LIGN 5 (The Linguistics of Invented Languages), LIGN 7 (Sign Language and Its Culture), LIGN 8 (Languages and Cultures in America), and LIGN 17 (Making and Breaking Codes). (ucsd.edu)
  • Primacy is accorded to synchronic linguistics, and diachronic linguistics is defined as the study of successive synchronic stages. (wikipedia.org)
  • As a Linguistics graduate, you'll be prepared for career opportunities in areas such as civil service, the non-profit sector, and the business world. (ucalgary.ca)
  • A degree in Linguistics can also be used as a stepping-stone to graduate studies or another professional degree such as law, medicine, veterinary medicine, or education. (ucalgary.ca)
  • I am a PhD Candidate in Linguistics at NYU, expecting to graduate in Fall 2018. (nyu.edu)
  • All Ph.D. students are advised to consult the Linguistics department's Graduate Handbook for details on program requirements and for general information relating to the graduate program. (mun.ca)
  • UWM linguistics graduate Sarah Ransom-Laud (formerly Sarah Gilbert), class of 2018, has accepted a funded offer to the Ph.D program in linguistics at the University of Texas, Austin. (uwm.edu)
  • Concordia linguistics graduates are regularly accepted with funding into top international graduate programs in linguistics, as well as into programs in speech pathology, law, cognitive science and other fields. (concordia.ca)
  • The Honours program in Linguistics in particular is designed to provide our students with a thorough foundation for graduate study. (concordia.ca)
  • The interaction of theoretical courses, data-oriented courses and courses in historical and comparative linguistics (both Indo-European and non- Indo-European) forms a diverse and substantial foundation for the exceptional student who hopes to do graduate work in comparative Indo-European or in any other area of linguistics. (concordia.ca)
  • The Encyclopedia of Linguistics accomplishes this by providing an accessible overview of and introduction to the multiple facets of the study of language from ancient times to the twenty-first century. (factbites.com)
  • Contrary to widespread belief, linguistics is a different field from translation, and linguists do not necessarily speak more than one language. (washington.edu)
  • MA in Linguistics student Henry Anderson presented at a Lingua-sponsored colloquium on Friday, Feb. 16 on Python for Linguists. (uta.edu)
  • The TGIF seminar series was established in March 2015 by Linguistics and Multilingual Studies Programme to give NTU linguists a platform to share their research. (ntu.edu.sg)
  • The Linguistics program now has its own solicitation for Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI) proposals. (nsf.gov)
  • Because NSF's mandate is to support basic research, the Linguistics Program does not fund research that takes as its primary goal improved clinical practice or applied policy, nor does it support work to develop or assess pedagogical methods or tools for language instruction. (nsf.gov)
  • The Linguistics Program accepts proposals for a variety of project types: research proposals from scholars with PhDs or equivalent degrees, proposals for Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI) awards, and CAREER proposals. (nsf.gov)
  • In each of these papers, candidates must demonstrate knowledge of the literature on the topic selected, general mastery of the discipline of linguistics and ability to undertake independent research. (mun.ca)
  • Are you looking for dynamic books at the cutting edge of Language and Linguistics research? (palgrave.com)
  • Cathy is actively commissioning in all areas of language and linguistics, and welcomes proposals for research monographs, edited collections, new series, handbooks and Palgrave Pivots. (palgrave.com)
  • The work makes a systematic effort to take into account the many different views and perspectives encountered in research and thinking in the fields of linguistics and language studies, emphasizing the multidisciplinary nature of the subject. (google.com)
  • Newcastle upon Tyne: Centre for Research in Linguistics and Language Sciences (CRiLLS), Newcastle Universty, 2010. (ncl.ac.uk)
  • Massey's Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics will meet your professional and research needs. (massey.ac.nz)
  • The Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics will provide you with a qualification that meets your professional and research needs. (massey.ac.nz)
  • The Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics will prepare you for a career in areas such as language teaching, research or practice in national or international multilingual contexts. (massey.ac.nz)
  • The statistical methodology and R-based coding from this book teach readers the basic and then more advanced skills to work with large data sets in their linguistics research and studies. (springer.com)
  • In doing so, linguistics at Macquarie spans a wide range of research areas and disciplines within the broader areas of theoretical and Applied Linguistics, while we also contribute substantially to translational research in collaboration with major industry partners. (edu.au)
  • This MA in Applied Linguistics caters for those who are relatively new to English Language Teaching (ELT) or who want to develop their experience and research in a number of areas related to Applied Linguistics. (prospects.ac.uk)
  • Dr. Iya Khelm Price (PhD in Linguistics 2016) was awarded a Supplemental Faculty Research Grant from the McDowell Center for Critical Languages and Area Studies in January for her project on "Russian Grammar Learning. (uta.edu)
  • On our Linguistics with Italian degree you will build an interdisciplinary foundation from leading research in language and communication. (warwick.ac.uk)
  • Macquarie Linguistics has a long-standing tradition of excellence in research examining the processes that underlie language, speech, and hearing. (edu.au)
  • Our department is one of the highest-ranked centres for research in linguistics in the UK, and the strength and diversity of our research is reflected in our teaching. (york.ac.uk)
  • Many final-year linguistics modules offer you the opportunity to focus on Spanish language as the topic of research. (york.ac.uk)
  • Linguistics training provides transportable skills in problem-solving and critical thinking, computer use, writing and close reading of scholarly literature. (concordia.ca)
  • Finally, Pinker touches on the wide variety of applications for linguistics, from improving how we teach reading and writing to how we interpret law, politics, and literature. (youtube.com)
  • Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA) abstracts and indexes the international literature in linguistics and related disciplines in the language sciences. (stanford.edu)
  • Ferdinand de Saussure 's distinction between synchronic and diachronic linguistics is fundamental to the present day organization of the discipline. (wikipedia.org)
  • The 60-credit BA Honours in Linguistics and 42-credit BA Major in Linguistics programs are varied and diverse, ranging from topics of a broad philosophical, sociological and historical nature to the minutely detailed analysis of specific data. (concordia.ca)
  • The Department of Linguistics offers a series of lower-division courses designed to introduce students to the scientific study of language in the broader perspective of a liberal arts education. (ucsd.edu)
  • Students should consult with a faculty adviser in linguistics and the other department or program when deciding on their course of study. (ucsd.edu)
  • At Stuart's initiative, this Linguistics Program became established as the Department of Linguistics within the Faculty of Science in 1969, given that it would adopt an overall experimental orientation, addressing the need for the empirical study of the psychology of language and the production and perception of speech, which was a quite novel idea for linguistics departments at the time. (ualberta.ca)
  • Many courses formerly offered by the Department of Linguistics have been renumbered or renamed. (mun.ca)
  • Students should consult with an advisor in the Department of Linguistics to ensure that they are taking the appropriate courses. (mun.ca)
  • Students should consult their Department of Linguistics advisor to ensure that they select courses which complement their other Honours Subject of Specialization. (mun.ca)
  • All of the professors in the Linguistics department promoted the importance of the investigation itself and I found mentors in them all. (concordia.ca)
  • A minor in linguistics consists of any six courses from the department. (macalester.edu)
  • Foris Publications for Department of African Linguistics, University of Leiden. (google.com)
  • Welcome to the Department of Linguistics. (upenn.edu)
  • The Department of Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania is the oldest modern linguistics department in the United States, founded by Zellig Harris in 1947. (upenn.edu)
  • The Department of Linguistics is grateful for the ongoing generosity of our supporters. (sfu.ca)
  • The Department of Linguistics at the University of California, Santa Barbara stands at the forefront of several converging trends in the field of linguistics , thanks to a series of key decisions made when the department was founded just two decades ago. (factbites.com)
  • English Language and Linguistics (ELL), founded in 2010, is the newest department of the School of European Culture and Languages (SECL). (gradschools.com)
  • During your degree, you'll study modules in Spanish and linguistics and may have the option to study elective modules from another department. (york.ac.uk)
  • Linguistics may also be combined with another subject or subjects to constitute a Joint Honours degree. (mun.ca)
  • The required courses listed above for the Honours degree, except for Linguistics 4999 , will also be required for any Joint Honours degree in Linguistics. (mun.ca)
  • A total of 48 credit hours in Linguistics, which may include Linguistics 4999 , is required for Joint Honours in Linguistics. (mun.ca)
  • You can study Linguistics as a joint honours degree with French (50% Linguistics and 50% French). (bangor.ac.uk)
  • On this Joint Honours course, you will study 50% of modules in Linguistics and 50% of modules in French . (bangor.ac.uk)
  • Keith Johnson is Professor of Linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley. (wiley.com)
  • In this lecture, Steven Pinker, renowned linguist and Harvard Psychology Professor, discusses linguistics as a window to understanding the human brain. (youtube.com)
  • Corpora at this site were created by Mark Davies, Professor of Linguistics at Brigham Young University. (stanford.edu)
  • A minimum of 18 credit hours in Linguistics is required for students who are doing a focus area in the discipline. (mun.ca)
  • Because language provides a window into the human mind, linguistics plays a central role in the study of human cognition and figures prominently in the fields of cognitive science and psychology. (ucsd.edu)
  • Linguistics is the scientific study of language as a universal human phenomenon. (ucalgary.ca)
  • The cultural track emphasizes the study of the social aspects of language and individual languages, while the cognitive track approaches linguistics from a logical and psychological standpoint. (macalester.edu)
  • The study fills a gap both in CMC linguistics as regards a systematic variationist approach to computer chat genres and in variationist linguistics as regards a description of conversational writing. (peterlang.com)
  • Linguistics is the scientific study of human language, from the sounds and gestures of speech up to the organization of words, sentences, and meaning. (upenn.edu)
  • Located in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, SFU Linguistics is a place where diverse methodologies and theoretical perspectives are combined to create innovative approaches to the study of language. (sfu.ca)
  • Linguistics is the scientific study of language-we develop techniques to explore patterns that all human languages have in common and investigate the ways in which each is unique. (factbites.com)
  • With an area of study as large and complex as linguistics , it is essential that information be made comprehensible to laypersons, undergraduates, non-specialists, and students in related fields. (factbites.com)
  • If you want to take on the challenge of master's study, you can apply for a Master of Applied Linguistics. (massey.ac.nz)
  • Study areas such as the relationship between linguistics and second language learning, the methodology and techniques of language teaching and the appropriateness and development of materials for language teaching and learning purposes. (prospects.ac.uk)
  • In linguistics, the study of the system used to represent language, including sounds in spoken language and hand movements in sign language. (citizendium.org)
  • Branch of linguistics concerned with language in use or the study of meaning as it arises from language occurring in context . (citizendium.org)
  • You'll study six modules overall: two Spanish modules, two linguistics modules, and two more from a range of options. (york.ac.uk)
  • 100% of NTU's Linguistics graduates are in work or further study within just six months of finishing their degree (DLHE 2016 /17). (ntu.ac.uk)
  • In non-functional linguistics, a sentence is a textual unit consisting of one or more words that are grammatically linked. (dbpedia.org)
  • In functional linguistics, a sentence is a unit of written texts delimited by graphological features such as upper case letters and markers such as periods, question marks, and exclamation marks. (dbpedia.org)
  • This entry is mainly about sentence in its non-functional sense, though much work in functional linguistics is indirectly cited or considered such as the categories of speech act theory. (dbpedia.org)
  • books.google.com - The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics meets the need for a truly international work of reference and reviews current knowledge in the fields of linguistics and language studies. (google.com)
  • Lincom Studies in Native American Linguistics. (umass.edu)
  • Linguistics studies these phenomena in diverse ways and from various perspectives. (wikipedia.org)
  • Three psychology courses: Psychology 180/Cognitive and Neuroscience Studies 180 (Brain, Mind, and Behavior), Psychology 242 (Cognitive Psychology), and Psychology 378/Linguistics 378 (Psychology of Language). (macalester.edu)
  • Alphabetically organized, the work consists of ten volumes, each of more than 500 large format pages, including an index volume which contains a contributor index, a three-level subject index, a systematic outline of the Encyclopedia , an article on the bibliographic sources of information in linguistics and language studies and a glossary of technical terms used in the field. (google.com)
  • The series Studies in Linguistics, Anglophone Literatures and Cultures focuses primarily on various aspects of both theoretical and applied linguistics. (peterlang.com)
  • 1. a branch of linguistics that studies and describes patterns of word formation, including inflection, derivation, and compounding of a language. (faqs.org)
  • The inclusion of significant expertise in audiology is a unique feature of Linguistics at Macquarie, which is reflected in ongoing studies of complex auditory disorders, such as tinnitus and auditory neuropathy, outcomes for people with hearing aids or cochlear implants, and the link between auditory processing disorder, language, and reading. (edu.au)
  • Your Philosophy studies will give you a unique perspective on the world, whilst Linguistics will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of language and its social functions. (ntu.ac.uk)
  • Arabic linguistics is represented by Sibawaihi's (d. 793) grammar al-Kitab, in particular its syntax, as well as the subsequent commentary tradition. (worldcat.org)
  • In addition, certain linguistics courses satisfy the American Cultures requirement in Revelle College and the cultural diversity requirement in Muir College and Warren College. (ucsd.edu)
  • Methods of inquiry taught in linguistics courses include elicitation fieldwork with native-speaker informants, computer analysis of speech, philological approaches to ancient texts, theoretical modeling, and experimental design and implementation. (concordia.ca)
  • Linguistics also plays a key role in cognitive science , which involves collaboration among computer science, neurology , philosophy , and psychology , working together for greater understanding of human cognition (learning, memory, information storage and retrieval in the brain , and human thinking and mental activity in general ). (factbites.com)
  • The Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique ) is a triannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering theoretical and applied linguistics . (wikipedia.org)
  • The linguistics courses offered are both theoretical and applied, but with a focus on applied. (factbites.com)
  • The degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy are offered in Linguistics. (mun.ca)
  • Linguistics and Philosophy 15.6:597-640. (mcgill.ca)
  • By choosing Philosophy and Linguistics you'll enjoy the freedom to choose from a wide range of optional modules, depending on your own preferences and interests. (ntu.ac.uk)
  • Cognitive linguistics goes beyond the visible structure of language and investigates the considerably more complex backstage operations of cognition that create grammar, conceptualization, discourse, and thought itself. (ssrn.com)
  • The Linguistics Program, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities and in collaboration with programs in other NSF Directorates, supports efforts to develop and advance knowledge and infrastructure that will enable the analysis of languages that are both understudied and at risk of falling out of use. (nsf.gov)
  • Lower-division linguistics courses may be used to satisfy the social sciences requirement at Muir College and Revelle College, and they partially fulfill the requirements for a program of concentration in Warren College. (ucsd.edu)
  • Students should consult their college advising offices to determine which linguistics courses satisfy these other requirements. (ucsd.edu)
  • In some cases certain linguistics courses count toward a major or minor in one of these departments or programs. (ucsd.edu)
  • In the case of a student who does not meet the above requirement but who holds a language-oriented Master's Degree, a program of additional linguistics courses, supplementary to those normally considered to be required in the Ph.D. program, may be required. (mun.ca)
  • Students who have taken Linguistics courses at Memorial University of Newfoundland may not obtain credit for renumbered or renamed courses which the student has already taken. (mun.ca)
  • Students are urged to include more than the minimum number of linguistics-related courses in their program. (mun.ca)
  • Linguistics courses are designated by LING. (mun.ca)
  • Linguistics courses introduce students to the scientific investigation of the phenomena of language in general, as well as to in-depth analysis of particular languages. (concordia.ca)
  • Swarthmore Linguistics professors teach courses on all three campuses (though the vast majority are at Swarthmore), and linguistics courses regularly include students from all three schools. (factbites.com)
  • If you are a Linguistics major student, you cannot count these courses as part of your B-Soc/Sci requirements. (sfu.ca)
  • By familiarizing them with the basic concepts of linguistics, the course will prepare students for more advanced courses in linguistics. (smu.ca)
  • The Second Wakashan Linguistics Conference was held 5-7 May 2006 at the University of Victoria. (washington.edu)
  • The First Wakashan Linguistics Conference was held 9-11 August 2004, in conjunction with the Thirty-ninth International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, at the University of British Columbia and the Squamish Nation. (washington.edu)
  • I lectured in applied linguistics and the social psychology of communication at Birkbeck, University of London between 2002 and 2004. (ncl.ac.uk)
  • I also did an MA in Applied Linguistics (Distinction, 1999) and a PhD (Intercultural Communicative Competence and the Teaching and Learning of English as a Foreign Language, 2007), both part time, at Birkbeck. (ncl.ac.uk)
  • Linguistics is also concerned with the relationship between language and cognition, society, and history. (upenn.edu)
  • School of linguistics that understands language creation, learning, and usage as best explained by reference to human cognition in general. (citizendium.org)
  • Cathy joined Palgrave in 2015 with the higher education textbooks division, working across the psychology, language and linguistics, modern languages, maths and engineering lists. (palgrave.com)
  • The theoretical insights of cognitive linguistics are based on extensive empirical observation in multiple contexts, and on experimental work in psychology and neuroscience. (ssrn.com)
  • School of thought within linguistics that makes use of the concept of a generative grammar. (citizendium.org)
  • The MA in Applied Linguistics offers an advanced level professional qualification for practising and aspiring teachers of English, but also for second language (L2) materials developers, assessment and examination/test paper writers and researchers in Applied Linguistics. (prospects.ac.uk)
  • We host leading coursework programs in Applied Linguistics and TESOL (including Editing and Publishing as well as Academic Communication), Clinical Audiology, Speech Pathology and Translation and Interpreting. (edu.au)
  • Enhance your career-- ask about our internship opportunities in Linguistics or in TESOL! (uta.edu)
  • The 24th annual UTA Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL will take place on March 1-2, 2018, in Trimble 200. (uta.edu)
  • Libby Tatz (M.A. Linguistics + TESOL Certificate, 2015) starts a new position in February 2018 teaching English in Busan, South Korea through the EPIK program. (uta.edu)
  • Papers on any areas of linguistics or TESOL are also welcome. (uta.edu)
  • Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 2012, 15 (3), 189-212. (ncl.ac.uk)
  • Linguistics will have to recognise laws operating universally in language , and in a strictly rational manner , separating general phenomena from those restricted to one branch of languages or another. (factbites.com)
  • It also incorporates entries on key scholars of linguistics, both ancient and modern, summarising their specialisms and achievements. (oxfordreference.com)
  • Published in English, titles in the series will be of great interest to postgraduate students and scholars in the fields of Chinese language and linguistics. (routledge.com)
  • This course is designed for those who wish to start or further their career in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching, but do not wish to take observed and assessed teaching practice. (prospects.ac.uk)
  • The Applied Linguistics for English Language Teaching programme is ideal for students with limited or no teaching experience who are interested in improving their knowledge of linguistics in relation to English language teaching. (goabroad.com)