FRLN 385: Multilingualism, Identity, and Power
FRLN 385-001: Multilingualsm, Identity/Power
12:00 PM to 01:15 PM MW
Peterson Family Health Sciences Hall 1109
Section Information for Spring 2019
Mason Core (All)
Satisfies the general education requirement in systhesis.
Course Information from the University Catalog
Study of individual and societal aspects of multilingualism including language choice, linguistic maintenance and shift, code-switching, language planning, educational policy, and representations of multilingualism. Interdisciplinary approach emphasizes the social and political aspects of multilingualism, as well as the relationship of language to cultural, ethnoracial, and national identities and categories. May not be repeated for credit.
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