Below are detailed subject listings, along with the subject table that ranks that course.
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|HESA Subject||Description||CUG Subject|
|Linguistics (Q100)||The study of the nature of language, its development and acquisition. May involve some study of human vocal anatomy.||Linguistics|
|Applied linguistics (Q110)||The investigation of the acquisition of language and how to improve it. Includes study of language impairment and how to remedy it. Also includes Language Pathology.||Linguistics|
|Historical linguistics (Q120)||The study of the structure and development of languages, now dead, which form the root of modern languages. May also be called Philology.||Linguistics|
|Phonetics & phonology (Q130)||The study of speech and language from the point of view of sound analysis.||Linguistics|
|Phonetics (Q131)||The study of speech processes, including the production, perception and analysis of speech sound. Includes speech acoustics, anatomy and physiology.||Linguistics|
|Phonology (Q132)||The study of the sound systems of languages.||Linguistics|
|Sociolinguistics (Q140)||The study of socially-conditioned factors in language and language use.||Linguistics|
|Psycholinguistics (Q150)||The study of cognition and the effects of psychology on linguistic understanding and ability.||Linguistics|
|British Sign Language (Q160)||The study of British Sign language, its structure, history, grammar and use. This may include the study of the British deaf community and culture and interpretation between BSL and English. May also include the linguistic study of BSL and comparison with other signed and spoken languages.||Linguistics|
|Linguistics not elsewhere classified (Q190)||Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into other Linguistics categories. To be used sparingly.||Linguistics|