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1. anthropological linguistics the study of language through human genetics and human development.2. applied linguistics the study that draws from theories of language acquisition to develop first and second language teaching methodologies and to implement successful literacy programs.3. historical linguisticsthe study of language change and the relationships of languages to each other. 4. morphologythe study of the structure of word forms5. neurolinguistics the study of the brain and how it functions in the production, preception and acquistion of language. 6. phoneticsthe study of speech sounds, including three sub-disciplines:articulatory phonetics: the production of speech sounds. acousitc phonetics: the study of the physical production of speech sounds. auditory phonetics: the study of the perception of speech sounds. 7. phonologythe study of the sound patterns of language, concerned withhow sounds are organized in a language. 8. pragmaticsthe study of meaning in context.9. psycholinguisticsthe of the relationships between linguistic and psychological behavior. 10. semanticsthe study of meaning and of how we represent the meaning of a word in our mind.11. sociolinguisticsthe study of the interrelationships between language and social structure, linguistic variation, and attitudes toward language.12. syntaxthe study of sentence structure that attempts to describe what is grammatical in a particular language in term of rules. 參考資料：http://www.geocities.com/CollegePark/3920/http://w...
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