Applied LinguisticsAPLX 102 Bilingualism

An overview of bilingualism. Focuses on bilingualism as an individual phenomenon (i.e., how two languages develop and are represented in the minds of individual speakers), and as a social one (i.e., how do bilinguals interact in a community and how does this context of language contact shape their linguistic identity).

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): APLX 80 or LING 50.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Winter

Instructor

The Staff, Eve Zyzik, Mark Amengual