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.
Course DetailsLevel: Graduate
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: Spring
Prerequisites: AA4350 Language and Society
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