INL120 Linguistics for Indigenous Languages 2

Building on the skills developed in previous linguistic study, students in this unit will apply the concepts of linguistic analysis and further develop the skills to describe and interpret texts from Indigenous and non-Indigenous languages. Students will apply the tools they acquire to analyse the processes involved in the creation and interpretation of meaning from a variety of texts and languages. In particular, students will examine the role of morphological analysis, word classes, phrasal, clausal and argument structures and case marking systems to support the work of maintenance and revitalization of endangered languages in general, with a focus on Australian Indigenous languages.

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Semester 2, 2017

NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED

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