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Chapter 1: Introduction to Linguistics OVERVIEW 1. What is linguistics? (definition) 2. What does linguistics include? (subfields) 3. Research assumptions (basic ideas) 4. Common misconceptions (mistaken notions about language) 5. Properties of language 1. What is linguistics? a. Linguistics is the scientific study of natural language i. Natural language: ii. Scientific study: 2. What does linguistics include? a. Form (language structure) i. Phonetics ( sounds of language) ii. Phonology ( sound patterns and sound restrictions) iii. Morphology (how words are formed) iv. Syntax (how sentences are formed) v. Discourse analysis (units larger than the sentence) b. Meaning i. Semantics (language meaning) ii. Pragmatics (language use) c. Interdisciplinary subfields i. Anthropological linguistics (relationship between language and culture ) ii. Applied linguistics (linguistics applied to language teaching ) iii. Computational linguistics ( computer modeling of language) iv. Historical linguistics (study of how
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course FL 325 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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