Communication and language behaviour
Language use varies between different groups in society. This field studies, for example, issues of language choice in particular communicative settings, but also aspects of the communication process itself, particularly the role of social media and digital media. In addition there are courses that investigate the social-psychological, or cognitive, effects of different communication patterns.
Relevant courses are listed below.
Note: Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are offered in alternate years. If a course is not offered in the current academic year, this is indicated under ‘period’ as ‘not offered in 2022-2023’.
|Course name||Credits (EC)||Course code||Period|
|AI in Language and Communication Research (provisional title)||6||LET-REMA-LCEX33||1-2|
|Psychology of Language and Cultural Cognition||6||LET-REMA-LCEX29||1-2|
|Using and Acquiring Multiple Languages||6||SOW-DGCN19||2|
|Technology-enhanced Language Learning||6||LET-REMA-LCEX26||3|
|* Communication and Persuasion||6||LET-REMA-LCEX12||3-4|
|Non-nativeness in Communication||6||LET-REMA-LCEX14||3-4|
For courses offered by Tilburg University, as part of the Linguistics and Information Sciences programme, see under TiU courses.