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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Linguistic Modality, Behaviorism, Second Language

Week 10 Lecture 1 Language Acquisition: Noam Chomsky The capacity to learn language is something we are born with. Chomsky believes the human capacity for language is innate, and the role of environment is just exposure, a...

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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Italian Literature, Diglossia, Early Modern Europe

Week 11 Lecture 2 Multilingualism Multilingualism was the norm for cultural and political players of medieval and early modern Europe. The concept and understanding of authorship (multilingual communication) is, in early m...

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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sandro Botticelli, Composite Character, Oedipus Complex

27317 Week 5 Readings: 1. Sigmund Freud the psychopathy of everyday life. Chapter 1: Forgetting of Proper Names Names are not only forgotten, but wrongly remembered. In the course of our efforts to recover the name, substi...

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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sandro Botticelli, Elinor Ochs, Psycholinguistics

Language 280217 Week 1 Lecture 1 Structuralism (Saussure) and poststructuralism Linguistics in race theory 19 century Orientalism, 20 century Nazi race theory Use of linguistics in determining the origins of asylum seekers...

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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: The Translator, Translation Studies, Cultural Studies

Language Week 12 Lecture 1 Translation Translation is assessing risks and opportunities. Italian dubbing made films more accessible, culturally and also for people who read and write. Dubbi...

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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Incest, Indirect Speech, Judith Butler

Week 7 Readings: 1. J.L Austin, How to do things with words Performative utterances: A. Do not describe, report or constate anything at all, are not true or false B. The uttering of the sentence i...

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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Benjamin Lee Whorf, Franz Boas, Language Change

13/03/17 Week 3 Readings 1. The relation of habitual thought and behaviour to language, The Collected Works of Benjamin Lee Whorf, J. Carroll. Human beings are at the mercy of the particular language...

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MULT10015 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Language Family, Edward Said, Indo-European Languages

Week 2 Readings: 1. Language Matters- Laurie Bauer, Janet Holmes and Paul Warren. Commonalities between Danish and German are not coincidental: Danish and German are related languages. Language family trees...

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