The Master’s course Linguistic diversity: language, text, society focuses on linguistic diversity from the perspective of language typology, corpus linguistics and discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, and language acquisition. It combines the respective strengths of the universities Sorbonne Nouvelle and INALCO for a well-rounded Master’s degree in linguistics which offers both a comprehensive training in linguistics and – in the 2nd year – a specialization in one field of expertise.
Language typology asks the fundamental question about the unity and diversity of human language.
Corpus linguistics and discourse analysis studies the relationship between grammar and discourse.
Sociolinguistics explores the links between society and language practices.
In psycholinguistics, students can specialize in language acquisition or speech pathology.
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This is a two-year programme. Students have to choose one of the four following sub-courses when entering their 2nd year: