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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Linguistics (LING)
LING
3601
Language, Culture, and Cognition
Language, Culture, & Cognition
201403
3
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Lecture
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ANTH 3601 - Language, Culture, and Cognition
ANTH 1004
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30

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ANTH 3601 - Language, Culture, and Cognition
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The role of language and culture in the organization of human experience. Beginning with debates about linguistic relativity, the course explores the way language use shapes cognition and practice in a variety of cultures and social contexts.

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CCAS - GCR:Social & Behavioral
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