SPAN 433 (49433 for graduate students, 49678 for undergraduate): Through this course students will learn the fundamental theories and practices of how languages (i.e. Spanish, English, Portuguese) interact with societies and individuals, which is known as sociolinguistics (pre-requisites are SPAN 307 or SPAN 309). Topics covered to include: language variation and change, language/dialect contact, attitudes and ideologies, and more. Special emphasis will be placed on research presentations and critiques as well as data analytical approaches in R and Qualtrics.
SPAN 433 - FALL 2021