5353 - Language Development and Planning
(SPRING) (3 graduate credits)
After completing this course, students will be able to describe language planning principles from an interdisciplinary perspective and apply them in language development projects. They will be able to discuss: a) status planning, involving language choice, policy and use decisions at the international, national and local levels; b) corpus planning, involving graphization, standardization and modernization; c) acquisition planning, involving the provision of opportunity and incentive to adopt innovations; and d) ethical issues relating to language rights and language ecology.
AA4350 Language and Society.