Field Methods: Tools and Techniques for Gathering and Analyzing Language Data
— LING 405 (3)
Being able to gather and organize data, form hypotheses and work ethically with human subjects in research are essential professional skills for any linguistic researcher. Work with speakers from a non-Indo-European language community to transcribe utterances, build a rudimentary dictionary and gather data for phonological and grammatical analysis. Involves learning some special computer tools for the creation of lexical databases, and the gathering and organizing of language data. Prerequisites: 12 credit hours in LING.
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