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Each human language is a complex of knowledge and abilities enabling speakers of the language to communicate with each other, to express ideas, hypotheses, emotions, desires, and all the other things that need expressing. Linguistics is the study of these knowledge systems in all their aspects: how is such a knowledge system structured, how is it acquired, how is it used in the production and comprehension of messages, how does it change over time? Linguists consequently are concerned with a number of particular questions about the nature of language. What properties do all human languages have in common? How do languages differ, and to what extent are the differences systematic, i.e. can we find patterns in the differences? How do children acquire such complete knowledge of a language in such a short time? What are the ways in which languages can change over time, and are there limitations to how languages change? What is the nature of the cognitive processes that come into play when we produce and understand language?

The part of linguistics that is concerned with the structure of language is divided into a number of subfields:

  • Phonetics – the study of speech sounds in their physical aspects
  • Phonology – the study of speech sounds in their cognitive aspects
  • Morphology – the study of the formation of words
  • Syntax – the study of the formation of sentences
  • Semantics – the study of meaning
  • Pragmatics – the study of language use

Aside from language structure, other perspectives on language are represented in specialized or interdisciplinary branches:

  • Historical Linguistics
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Ethnolinguistics (or Anthropological Linguistics)
  • Dialectology
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Neurolinguistics

Because language is such a central feature of being a human, Linguistics has intellectual connections and overlaps with many other disciplines in the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences. Some of the closest connections are with Philosophy, Literature, Language Pedagogy, Psychology, Sociology, Physics (acoustics), Biology (anatomy, neuroscience), Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Health Sciences (Aphasia, Speech Therapy).

The main purpose of the study of Linguistics in an academic environment is the advancement of knowledge. However, because of the centrality of language in human interaction and behavior, the knowledge gained through the study of linguistics has many practical consequences and uses. Graduates of undergraduate and graduate programs in Linguistics apply their training in many diverse areas, including language pedagogy, speech pathology, speech synthesis, natural language interfaces, search engines, machine translation, forensics, naming, and of course all forms of writing, editing, and publishing. Perhaps the most widely appreciated application was contributed by UCSC Linguistics alumnus Marc Okrand, who invented the Klingon language for Star Trek. 

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The Concept of Language (Noam Chomsky)


Linguist Noam Chomsky, professor at MIT, discusses the ways in which language changes over time and how the idea of a national language is a modern phenomenon. In this University of Washington interview, Upon Reflection host Al Page speaks with Chomsky about how languages are systems of communication rooted in human nature.

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The Concept of Language (Noam Chomsky)

Career options with a Linguistics Degree


Professor Devyani Sharma outlines some of your career options following a successful completion of a Linguistics degree at Queen Mary University of London. She also explains how the Department of Linguistics helps prepare their students for work with a range of career related events.
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Morphology: Crash Course Linguistics #2


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What even is a word? Well… linguists don’t really know! But that’s ok! When linguists want to get super specific, we don’t even talk about words, we talk about morphemes instead. In this episode of Crash Course Linguistics, we’re diving into the topic of morphology and what makes up these things we call words.
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Lingokids ABC Chant + More Songs for Kids 🎶 Lingokids Songs


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32:45 Apples and Bananas
37:23 LingoCamp Friendship Chant
39:15 Numbers Songs
41:23 Finger Family Song
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45:35 Walking Walking
47:18 If you’re happy and you know it
49:08 Opposites Chant: Get me a Hat
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53:24 Alice the Camel
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57:27 Ten in the Bed
59:41 The Ants go Marching
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1:02:53 Wheels on the Bus
1:04:27 ABC Song Phonics
1:05:05 Octopus Song
1:06:02 Hello Song
1:07:27 I wanna be in a Rock Band
1:08:46 Mary Had a Little Lamb
1:12:56 It’s Raining, It’s Pouring
1:15:07 She’ll be Coming Round the Mountain
1:16:50 I’ve Been Working on the Railroad
1:18:20 The Dinosaurs Song
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1:21:30 On Top of Spaghetti
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How language shapes the way we think | Lera Boroditsky


There are about 7,000 languages spoken around the world and they all have different sounds, vocabularies and structures. But do they shape the way we think? Cognitive scientist Lera Boroditsky shares examples of language from an Aboriginal community in Australia that uses cardinal directions instead of left and right to the multiple words for blue in Russian that suggest the answer is a resounding yes. \”The beauty of linguistic diversity is that it reveals to us just how ingenious and how flexible the human mind is,\” Boroditsky says. \”Human minds have invented not one cognitive universe, but 7,000.\”
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How language shapes the way we think | Lera Boroditsky

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