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SPAN 311: Language in Society

What is the role of language in our society? What is the impact of bilingualism in the U.S.? Students explore such questions from current Spanish socio-linguistics research. Through analysis of data, students examine issues of language contact, variation and change, language and gender, language and power, and/or language planning. May be repeated if topic is different. This course includes the study of at least one substantive literary work. Taught in Spanish. Counts toward linguistic studies concentration.
Prerequisites: SPAN 250 and SPAN 276.

Race and Ethnic Studies

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