1. All courses are 3
credit hours each, unless otherwise indicated.
2. Normally, a course will
not be run without a minimum enrolment of students.
cultural, political, historical and social roles played by the world’s
languages. Both the written and spoken forms of language will be
general introduction to the nature of language, the structure and
change, contrasts and relationships, language universals and its
relation to culture.
introduction to the acquisition of first and second languages,
various semantic, syntactic, phonological and pragmatic aspects of
developed. Also examined will be the social and cultural factors on the
the phonology of American English. Phonemic, articulatory phonetic and
distinctive feature analyses will be used.
general introduction to the morphology and syntax of American English,
structural, transformational and recent models. The study of meaning in
language will also be explored.
of the various psychological theories concerning how language is
developed and used.
examination of a variety of mathematical tools used in linguistics,
formal semantics, grammar formations, computational linguistics, etc.
various means and methods of interpreting language in different
contexts, through the use of linguistic experiments and practical
course examines how language is socially constructed according to
Examines how language defines and shapes the relations between males
examination of how language is shaped by, and influences, the culture
which it develops. Also explores how cultural developments continually
and modify language.
exploration of the neurological roots of language development, and the
mind and the brain play in language capacity and capability.
examination of the grammatical nature of the Cambodian language,
structure and its development over time.
study of phonology, using articulatory phonetic, phonemic, and
study of syntax using structural, transformational and recent models.
internal construction system of words will be studied, including
inflection processes, how new words are formed from existing words, and
marking categories of person, tense and cases.
various aspects of speech will be studied. Acoustic properties,
and the formation of syllables, words and sentences will be explored.
meaning is interpreted in language will be examined, exploring how
structures independent of their tradition conditions of use.
differences between ‘willing’ or ‘feeling’ a concept, and the process
‘knowing’ a concept, will explored, stressing how language interprets
articulates these differences.
how and why specific signs pertain to language use, including the study
structure, behavior and signs.
how language related problems in diverse scholastic, familial and
situations can benefit from the results of linguistic research.
Examining how the
particular social relationships that exist between individuals usually
involve specific linguistic features. The sociological aspects and
linguistic categories will be studied.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THESE CATALOGS AS IT SEES FIT, SO THAT WE HAVE THE NECESSARY FLEXIBILITY IN AN EVER-EVOLVING WORLD.
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