SPAN 430: Spanish in the United States
SPAN 430-001: Spanish in the US
12:00 PM to 01:15 PM MW
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Covers both formal and sociolinguistic aspects of Spanish in the U.S. by discussing demographic aspects and a historical overview of the varieties of Spanish spoken in the United States. Gives a foundation in issues such as linguistic variation, language choice, the relationship among race, ethnicity, and language; official language policies; individual and societal bilingualism; and language diversity in education. Limited to three attempts.
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