ELL330 : Phonology

Convenor(s): Ranjan Sen

 

Please note: This module may or may not run in any given semester. Please check with the tutor.

General Information

This module is an introduction to phonological analysis and theory.  Spoken language does not consist of random sequence of sounds; rather phonological rules can be established which specify which sequences of sounds may occur.  By the end of this course you should know more about the sound structures of languages, and how different theoretical approaches try to account for those structures.  This course is designed to
As well as being a core part of theoretical linguistics, an understanding of  phonology is essential to the study of speech pathologies, and to computerized speech synthesis and recognition technologies.

NOTE: doing phonology requires a good understanding of phonetics; therefore, ELL207 Phonetics is a prerequisite for this course.

Teaching

Teaching will be a mixture of lecture-type sessions, and practical workshops.

Assessment

Course work

Contact Details

Ranjan Sen

ranjan.sen@sheffield.ac.uk


Information last changed: Monday 10th of August 2015 :: 12:39:59 PM (BST)

 

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