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While certain areas of linguistics can thus be understood as clearly falling within the social sciences, other areas, like acoustic ...

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Linguistics is the science of language, and linguists are scientists who apply ... of the questions that linguists pose overlap with fields in the life sciences, social ...

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Cognitive science; Psychology; Sociology; Education; Anthropology; Language studies; Classics; Computer science; Philosophy. As a result of its diversity, ...

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Linguistic concepts were applied to films, ... Social scientists pile up huge amounts of text, ...

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In addition to our traditional strength in theoretical linguistics, the department has ... cognitive psychology, philosophy, logic, computer science and anthropology.

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In a wider sense, it may often include some fields in the humanities such as archaeology, history, law, and linguistics. Positivist social scientists use methods  ...

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There are, however, other areas of non-core linguistics. (e.g., historical dialectology) whose actual or potential relevance to the concerns of social scientists may ...

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Sociology, a social science that studies human societies, their interactions, and the processes that preserve and ... Linguistics, the scientific study of language.

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Linguistics for social scientists. Explore the reciprocal relationship between language and specific social contexts and structures (class, gender, ethnicity), and ...