This course introduces universal trends in sign language phonology and how the basic phonetic elements in a natural sign language function together in the language’s phonological system. It provides practice in applying various theoretical frameworks to analysis of specific sign languages. It considers the interaction between phonology and morphology. This course is taught in American Sign Language and written English.
Course DetailsLevel: Master's Level
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: Summer
Prerequisites: Demonstrated communicative proficiency in a natural sign language, AL4201 Principles of Sign Language Phonetics and AL5106 Digital Technology for Sign Language Research (AL4201 and AL5106 may be taken as corequisites).
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