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The academic study of Languages, Cultures, and International Trade is one of the broadest fields of scholarly concern because it can be approached from endless number of disciplinary perspectives, including linguistics, speech communication, psychology, sociology, history, business, ecnomics, politics, international studies, global studies, foreign relations, culture and society, music, art, religion, philosophy, religions, geography, science, and education, etc. (Browse Lisaison Librarians for different subject areas)
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