Sociology - Classification

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Sociology is the scientific study of social behavior, its origins, development, organization, and institutions.[1] It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation[2] and critical analysis[3] to develop a body of knowledge about social order, social disorder and social change.

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what is phonology?NATURAL CLASSES AND PHONOLOGICAL RULESWHAT IS A NATURAL CLASS?HOW DO PHONOLOGICAL RULES EXPRESS NATURAL CLASSES?PHONOLOGICAL RULESPhonological processes or changes in which the conditions are stated in ordinary language express phonological rules.These regular expressions of the change can be formalized in various ways. One major aim of a phonological theory is provide a set of notations which can express phonological rules simply, straightforwardly and intuitively.THE NOTATION MUST CAPTURE THE GENERALIZATION EXPRESSED BY THE PROCESSPhonological formalism within the classical generative paradigm (Shane pp. 62 70)Phonological process provides at least three types of informationa. the segments or class of segments that undergo changeb. the nature of the changec. the condition in which the change took placeBoth the change and the condition

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