Courses: Phonetics and Phonology (LINGH115B01)

Spring 2012

This course investigates the sound patterns found in human languages. Phonetics is the study of these patterns from a physical and perceptual perspective while phonology is the study of sound patterns from a cognitive perspective. Activities in the class will expose students to the methodologies used by both perspectives (articulatory description and acoustic analysis for phonetics and formal theoretical models for phonology) and show the necessity and utility of both approaches in understanding the nature of sound patterns in human language.

Fulfills: HU III Limit:25

Department

Linguistics (Web site)

Taught By

Staff

Meeting Times

MW 2:30-4:00