AP/LING4120 3.0 M: Advanced Phonology

Offered by: LING


Winter 2022






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Concentrates on recent advances in phonological theory within a generative framework. Specific topics include constraint- vs. rule-based approaches to phonology, segmental representation, markedness, and the relation between phonetics and phonology. Integrated with: GS/LING 5120 3.00. Prerequisites: AP/LING 3120 3.00 and at least three additional credits in LING at the 3000-level with grades of C+ or better, or permission of the department.

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