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Program Name:

Ph.D. in Linguistics
Program Homepage: http://www.lc.mahidol.ac.th
Institution: Mahidol University
Address: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia
City: Salaya
Zip/Postal Code: 73170
State/Province: Nakhon Pathom
Country: Thailand
Contact Person: Pattama Patpong , Lect.Dr.
Email:

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Phone: 66-2800-2308-14 ext. 3320
Linguistic Subfield(s): Discourse Analysis
Historical Linguistics
Language Documentation
Phonology
Sociolinguistics
Writing Systems
Language/Language Family Specialization(s): Mon-Khmer
Program Size: Small (1-10 students)
Program Description: Southeast Asian has been an important area historically, politically and linguistically. At present it is even more important as far as socio-economics is concerned. To promote cooperation with various nations in this area by exchanging knowledge, expertise and technology, as well as to improve the quality of life for the people in rural areas, a real understanding of the languages and cultures of the various ethnic groups in this area is quite essential. The Research Institute for Language and Culture of Asia offers a Ph.D. Program in Linguistics to train people to be specialists in Southeast Asian languages and linguistics, both theoretical and applied. For applied linguistics, the emphasis is not only on Southeast Asian language teaching and translation, but also on the application of linguistics to rural development, especially in the areas of education, public health, public relations, regional administration and the like.

(From: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia's website)
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