ANTR-2301 Linguistic Analysis Method
The course attempts to play a role in the theoretic training of anthropologists and raise awareness as regards symbolic and linguistic phenomena. It also aims at presenting the main concepts of linguistics, which make up the internal organization, and those that define the field in relation with other sciences. It is important to help students rank the methods and techniques taught among the theoretic questioning with the greatest relevance. Theoretic training will be associated with exercises in listening and transcription of American Indian languages. The practical work attempts to train students in perception, reproduction and phonetic notation of the sounds of human language based on a sound corpus provided by the professor.
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