Ignore me if you want, I thought this was pretty funny:
Structuralism is a method of approach, rather than a distinct philosophy, that has application in both linguistics and the social sciences. In linguistics, it is the theory that language is best described in terms of its irreducible structural units in morphology, phonology, etc. In the social sciences, it is the view that the key to understanding observed phenomena lies in the underlying structures and systems of social organization.
STRUCTURALISM IS A MATHOD OF APROACH RATH3R THAN A DISTINCT PHILOSOPHY TAHT HAS APLICATION IN BOTH LNGUISTICS AND TEH SOCIAL SCEINCES!!!11!!1 OMG IN LNGUISTICS IT IS TEH THEORY TAHT LANGUAEG IS BST DASCRIEBD IN TERMS OF ITS IREDUCIBLE STRUCTURAL UNITS IN MORPHOLOGY PHONOLOGY 3TC11!1!!1 IN TEH SOCIAL SCEINC3S IT IS TEH VEIW TAHT TEH KEY 2 UNDERSTANDNG OBSERVAD PH3NOMENA LEIS IN DA UNDARLYNG STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATION!1!!1 OMG WTF