SPAN 3320 Regional Variations in Language
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as SPAN 52.11.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Recent developments in linguistic expression, both oral and written, in a diversity of nations and societies. The foundations of language in its country of origin and its subsequent expansion throughout the world. Emphasis on regional similarities and differences in pronunciation, lexicon, syntax, and usage through the analysis of contemporary texts, films, television, and musical lyrics, as well as materials available on the Internet.
Prerequisite: Language 2020 [11.1] or 11.12 or 3610 [17.50] or permission
of the chairperson.
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