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Linguistic Anthropology Master's and PhD Programs in Canada

Linguistic Anthropology graduate and post-graduate programs and degrees offered in Canada.

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Study and Work in Linguistic Anthropology in Canada

Graduate Linguistic Anthropology Admission Requirements
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What is Linguistic Anthropology?

Linguistic anthropology (also called anthropological linguistics) is the study of how language influences social life. It explores how language shapes communication, forms social identity, organizes cultural beliefs, and develops a cultural representation of the natural and social worlds.


About Linguistic Anthropology

Linguistic anthropology is a branch of anthropology and is similar to linguistics and language studies. It is also related to sociology.



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