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
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
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Paperback. This volume takes a variety of approaches to the question what is a word, with particular emphasis on where in the grammar wordhood is determined. The study of the interface between the syntactic and phonological modules of Universal Grammar underpins the discussion in this volume. Editor(s): Newell, Heather; Noonan, Maire; Piggott, Glyne; Travis, Lisa (Dept. of Linguistics, McGill University, Montreal, Canada). Series: Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. Num Pages: 352 pages. BIC Classification: CFH; CFK. Category: (UP) Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly. Dimension: 234 x 156. . ...
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 ...
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 ...
Review Graduate Program details of Linguistics (Research) in Brussels Belgium from University of Kent. English Language and Linguistics (ELL), founded in 2010, is the newest department of the School of European Culture and Languages (SECL). We have a...
In general, you cannot borrow test materials from the Education, Linguistics and Comparative Literature Library.. As a general rule, access to test libraries, test collections or test archives is restricted to authorised persons only due to reasons of test protection. (Authorised persons are: psychologists can access psychological tests; scholars in the area of education can access educational tests; linguists and students of the relevant degree programme can access language tests.). Other interested persons may only use test materials for information purposes in the area of research and teaching. They have to demonstrate their legitimate interest in writing. The access restriction on using test materials at the Education, Linguistics and Comparative Literature Library observes the applicable shipment restrictions of the publishers. Another objective is to prevent unauthorised people from viewing test items and sharing test items or test results or other relevant information. In extreme cases, ...
The Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique) is a triannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering theoretical and applied linguistics. It is published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Canadian Linguistic Association. The journal was established in 1954 and the editor-in-chief is Éric Mathieu (University of Ottawa). ...
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This course explores the intersection of language and food (or speaking and eating) by investigating what we can learn about language by studying "the language of food." The course introduces fundamental aspects of language and linguistics through an exploration of topics related to food: food terms, food metaphors, the language and structure of menus and recipes, the language of wine, the language of food advertising and labeling, and language practices related to food and eating (e.g., saying grace, making toasts, sharing recipes, etc.). The course examines how people talk about food, how people use food to talk about themselves and about others, and how "food talk" conveys a range of social and cultural meanings. Cognitive aspects of the language of food and taste as well as cross-linguistic similarities and differences will be considered. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Social Science. (3 hours lecture.) 3 sh.. ...
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.. ...
Charo DEtcheverry (Associate Professor). Area: Classical Japanese Literature. Naomi Geyer (Associate Professor). Area: Japanese Language. Nicole Huang (Professor). Area: Transcultural East Asia; 20th century Chinese and Taiwanese Literature. Rania Huntington (Professor). Area: Ming and Qing Narrative and Drama, Chinese Literature of the weird and supernatural. Adam L. Kern (Professor). Area: Popular Literature, Culture, Poetry, Theater, and Visual Culture of early modern-modern Japan.. Byung-jin Lim (Associate Professor) .Area: Korean Language and Linguistics, Second / Foreign Language Acquisition, Korean Language Textbook Development. Naomi McGloin (Professor). Area: Japanese Language and Linguistics. Mark Meulenbeld (Associate Professor). Area: Daoism, Chinese Religion and Literature. Junko Mori (Professor). Area: Japanese Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Sociolinguistics. Takako Nakakubo (Faculty Associate). Area: Second Language Acquisition of Japanese, Japanese Pedagogy. William ...
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And so on. Im worried that those are somehow more engaging questions. The grammar questions both have a dusty old smell about them, compared to a flying mammal, My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas, and how blood flows through the body. Maybe Im just being paranoid about how language is taught before, say, undergraduate introduction to linguistics, or maybe its just from my own experience, as somebody who really disliked grammar classes, until I got took a class that was expressly dedicated to answering questions about how language worked ...
This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Please check back later for the full article. Abstract words such as Fr. attention, It. diligenza, Sp. riqueza, Pt. cozedura, Ro. bunătate, belong to the word class nouns. They do not possess materiality and therefore lack sensory perceivability. Within the spectrum of nouns, abstracts are located on the opposite side of appellatives (e.g., Fr. chien, It. albero, Sp. casa); between them, there are collective nouns (e.g., Fr. montagne, It. fogliame, Sp. manada) and mass nouns (e.g., Fr. eau, It. cotone, Sp. leche). Abstract nouns are in part noncount and not able to be pluralized.. In terms of meaning, there is typically a threefold division in groups: (1) action/result nouns (e.g., Fr. lavage, traduction; It. caccia, giuramento; Sp. mordedura, cosecha; Pt. escolha, armação; Ro. arat, stricăciune); (2) status nouns (e.g., Fr. episcopat, It. cuginanza, Sp. almirantazgo, Pt. servidão, Ro. ...
December 2007. Volume 2 Issue 3 TitleIs Idiom Comprehension Influenced by Metaphor Awareness of the Learners?A Case Study of Chinese EFL Learners AuthorShan-fang GuoHeze University, China Bio-DataShan-fang Guo is an EFL instructor in the Department of Foreign Languages at Heze University, Shandong Prov., China. He holds an M.A. in applied English linguistics from Guizhou University. […]. Continue Reading. ...
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Paperback. This book provides an introduction to the study of words, and how we use words to create meaning. It offers an accessible description of the main properties of words and the organizational principles of the lexicon, based on theoretical accounts and extensive empirical data. Series: Oxford Textbooks in Linguistics. Num Pages: 272 pages. BIC Classification: CFG; CFM; CFX; JMR. Category: (U) Tertiary Education (US: College). Dimension: 246 x 171. . ...
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Research project on Teachers and children as co-reseachers in Indian primary schools, funded by the British Council UK, led by Dr Annamaria Pinter (Applied Linguistics). Staff from Applied Linguistics, Dr Annamaria Pinter and Dr Richard Smith, secured a British Council ELTRP award in collaboration with Professor Rama Mathew at Delhi University for a research project in India in 2014. This project draws on longstanding strengths and research interests in Applied Linguistics at Warwick in relation to English learning in large classes, the use of innovative and inclusive research methodologies and exploring ethical practice in large classes in difficult circumstances. Working with the British Council as a change agent, this project also fits with the Applied Linguistics impact agenda. Upwards of 500 children aged between 7 and 12 years have been invited to work together with their teachers (a group of 25 teachers from across India), participating in small-scale classroom investigations. The ...
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