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Module LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND MEDIATION: LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY

Module code: AN212
Credits: 5
Semester: 1
Department: ANTHROPOLOGY
International: Yes
Coordinator: Dr Steve Coleman (ANTHROPOLOGY)
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This module investigates the ways that human thought, social action, and culture are mediated by language and related semiotic systems. We will investigate a few of the ways that social organisation, social relationships, and identity are mediated through talk, then explore the ways that social relationships and talk itself are transformed via mass media and large-scale publics.

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