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These degree courses can form part of a Language Centre BSc programme but you can also take a Linguistics and Intercultural Communication Degree Course as a fully assessed part of your undergraduate degree.
Explore the reciprocal relationship between language and specific social contexts and structures (class, gender, ethnicity), and study the role that language plays in the creation, maintenance and change of social relations and institutions.
LN115 Intercultural Communication and Management
LN270 Society and Language: Linguistics for Social Scientists
LN303 Language Studies Dissertation
LN370 Discourse and Communication
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