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Sociolinguistics

Intro to sociolinguistics covers the major areas of sociolinguistic research including intra-speaker variation (regional, socio-economic, racial, etc), intra-speaker variation (register-shift, code-switching, etc) bilingualism, diglossia, and creolization, as well as some less typical topics such as taboo language, invented languages, and language and identity. 

Below you can find my syllabus, course outline, and my guide to the final paper, a short literature review of a selected topic. 
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poppyslocum,
May 18, 2013, 3:31 PM
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poppyslocum,
May 18, 2013, 3:31 PM
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