Linguistics for Winter 2020

LING2210
Language in Newfoundland and Labrador: An Introduction to Linguistic Variation


CRN: 77080
Instructor(s): De Decker, Paul


Description
examines linguistic variation and language change in the languages of Newfoundland and Labrador. Topics covered include the concept of variation within language, both regional and social, the chief causes of such variation, and some of its societal consequences. As a Quantitative Reasoning course, practical workshops and assignments focus on producing a final scientific research report using quantitative analysis, graphical representation of numerical data, and logical reasoning involving numbers. All sections of this course follow Quantitative Reasoning guidelines available at www.mun.ca/hss/qr. UL: may not be used as both a Quantitative Reasoning course and the former Research/Writing

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