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ERIC Number: ED044655
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Sep-9
Pages: 19
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[Outline of Proposed Language and Communication Course for Spring 1971, Hampshire College.]
Hampshire Coll., Amherst, MA.
Hampshire College (Amherst, Massachusetts) has chosen to place special emphasis upon the nature of language and the various ways in which man uses language to communicate. From a wide variety of possible curricula which address these concerns, the Committee on Language and Communication proposes to emphasize certain disciplines usually found in scattered locations throughout the undergraduate curriculum. These active and interrelated disciplines are to be brought togehter to form a core of emphasis which will include logic, in both its philosophic and mathematical forms; computer and information science; linguistics; psycholinguistics; and those aspects of philosophy which examine language and man's dependence upon it. Listed in this planning committee outline is a calendar covering the first two and a half weeks of proposed core lectures during the 1971 Spring course, followed by descriptive material on these lectures. A short bibliography pertinent to the concerns of the Committee and a Language and Communication Division evaluation policy conclude this outline. (AMM)
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Authoring Institution: Hampshire Coll., Amherst, MA.
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