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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE 20 PTS Note In order to answer these questions well you will need to understand the terms used in each and their distinctions and their implications for communication and culture Do something that will help you recognize the correlations among titles authors and key terms This does not have to take the form of a written list to be turned in although it can this is for you 1 What kinds of speech communities or social groups are you a part of why would they be characterized as such Speech communities group of people share rules for using at least one communication practice they share communicative norms often self identify as a group consider it important to their social life 2 What s the difference between a focused and an unfocused interaction What characterizes an unfocused interaction One sided someone is observing another from afar not a mutual interaction between strangers not necessarily a planned interaction In a room observing how people are sitting dressed What characterizes a focused interaction People coming together for a certain amount of time to address a problem address something 3 What are symbols of category membership what symbolic capital do the groups you are a part of use Differentiate from adults produce identity elements that signal to other people that you belong to a group 4 Do any of these groups define themselves in opposition to other groups How do they show that 5 How does slang function in social groups How does it help to create a sense of identity i uses of slang 1 differentiate from adults 2 produce identity unify differentiate racial and subcultural 3 signal or construct youthful trendiness style 4 achieving interactional goals 6 Does Simmons think that girls are passive and nice Why or why not How can they be mean a girls kept each other in line because they would ignore the new girls and not associate with them if a guy talked to them b girl that is all that is seen as a threat breaks all the unwritten rules has luxury items c bring about negative reinforcement 7 What face saving strategies for solidarity does Kuiper discuss Face saving interaction that avoids or mitigates humiliation or coercive acts 8 What is the code of the streets Are there ways around it a Organizing principle for violence respect and survival in inner city how one is supposed to act 9 What are boundary publics What s an example given by Gray Original example Making spaces for an expression of unique identity community in public sphere 350 10 What is the traditional social business of snaps a social business i keep self entertained ii survival method 11 How does Kiesling define power What are its qualities Foucault power is action that modifies action 369 Takes place in actions Power must be salient relevant important to the situation people must believe in it May be illusory not real People have power because they occupy certain roles o Different ways of speaking are associated with different roles 12 What are the seven types of power we discussed in class and which is the most important Physical Coercive ability skill Econ Rewards enable future action Knowledge Awareness that lets you act Structural Role in hierarchy Nuturant Power to help others teaching feeding Demeanour Persona good guys Ideological Identifies what is and what is not powerful Beliefs narratives Local global 13 What are metapragmatics a meta self aware self reflexive b pragmatics lakoff s triangle function intention language as communication c set of social and cultural understandings that inform the ways we understand how language operates in particular contexts d ways you are expected to speak in certain circumstances e awareness of how language is supposed to be used 14 What characterizes the Socratic Method why is it particularly appropriate for law schools a focused on one person series of questions leading someone down line to an endpoint b cant come in and share your own perspective c bracketing social context i hidden behind the apparent content of any lesson are deeper messages 15 What are participant structures as described in the Mertz and Philips chapters Why do the Warm Springs students do better in some than others a ways of organizing interactions in particular settings b the different ways participation can be formally carried out in situations 16 What are some of the ways someone can change footing Switch from one stance or alignment to another change your opinion about something 17 According to Goffman what roles are involved in the production format of an utterance and what s their relation to what s said How is that illustrated in Goodman Here s something that s being said too simple to say speaker how can we break it down to be more specific Animator speaker reads script that they didn t necessarily create them Where are these ideas coming from where is this originating from 18 What are discursive conditions How did those affect Zahra in Goodman s article Actually ways of speaking basic knowledge about cultural appropriate ways of speaking in particular settings 19 Is sign language universal Why or why not Not universal functions like any other language has its own syntax and ideology depending on where you are 20 What s a contact language What s unique about the contact sign language described by Monaghan When two different languages come in contact with each other Spanglish when they come into contact to eachother people pick and choose what words from what languages they use


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