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LINGUISĀ S55 The American Languages 3 Units

Terms offered: Prior to 2007
A linguistic view of the history, society and culture of the United States. The variety of languages spoken in our country, and the issues surrounding them: language and ethnicity, politics of linguistic pluralism vs. societal monolingualism, language and education, language shift, loss, retention and renewal. Languages include English (standard and nonstandard; Black English), pidgins and creoles, Native American languages, Spanish, French, and immigrant languages
from Asia and Europe.
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