LIN 301

Phonetics and Phonology

Florian Lionnet

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This course is an intro to the science of speech sounds (phonetics) and sound systems (phonology). Students will 1) learn to transcribe sounds from various languages using the International Phonetic Alphabet, 2) perform acoustic analyses of speech sounds, 3) learn about the physiological and cognitive aspects of speech production and perception, 4) learn about important cross-linguistic phonological phenomena and principles of sound system organization, and apply standard methods of description and analysis to data from various languages.

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