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LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Transformational Grammar, Linguistic Prescription, Tacit Knowledge

Chapter1: Introduction Friday, May 5, 2017 9:21 AM Pages 1-16 (end of Learning about Grammar) Introduction Having a focal knowledge of a process means being able to list the steps to be followedin order to produce a result...

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LIN204H5
Susana Bejar
LIN204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tacit Knowledge, Can Opener, List Of Domesticated Animals

Week 1 Focal knowledge Tacit Knowledge Meaning Able to list the steps to be Information about how to followed in order to produce a produce a result is at an result unconscious level Example - Turn on a light switch, light...

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LIN204H5
Susana Bejar
LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Content Clause, Semicolon, Sentence Clause Structure

Week 3: 4.1 Nouns and Verbs Category Form: morphology Words ending in -io n and -ity are nouns e.g. action, scarcity Words occurring with po ssessive -s are also nouns e.g. fishs Words with prefix en- create verbs e.g. enc...

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LIN204H5
Susana Bejar
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LIN228H5
Jessamyn Schertz
LIN486H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Linguistic Determinism, Linguistic Relativity, Pragmatics
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Things to Remember about Communication Nature of the field Multidisciplinary: Scholars from different disciplines investigate an issue separately Interdisciplinary: Scholars from multiple disciplines investigate an i...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Intercultural Communication, Intercultural Competence, Communicative Competence
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Intercultural Communication Key Terms Interpersonal communication o Form of communication between a number of individuals (verbal or non-verbal) at a personal level, usually face-to-face. Intercultural communication o Inte...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Intercultural Competence, Communicative Competence, Personal Development
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Seven Reasons to Study Intercultural Communication Globalization o Process of removing government-imposed restrictions on movements between countries in order to create an open, borderless world economy. ...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Socioeconomic Status, Lev Vygotsky, Ethnocentrism
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Identity and Ethnocentrism Characteristics of Identity Identities are formed through primary socialization: Family, education, media etc. shapes personal norms. Through others we become ourselves (Vygotsky 1997: 105). Iden...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ethnocentrism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Institutional Racism
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Stereotypes, Bias Racism Stereotypes are: A preconceived idea that attributes certain characteristics (eg. personality traits, intelligence), intentions and behaviours to all the numbers of a particular social class or gr...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Communication Accommodation Theory, Third Culture Kid, First Language
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Important Key Terms Language expertise Ones degree of proficiency in a particular language. Language affiliation Ones attitudes towards and feelings about the language. Language inheritance Being born into a family or comm...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Reductionism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Essentialism
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Barriers to Intercultural Communication Social Categorization and Othering Social categorization is a way of choosing neatly labeled boxes for people to fit into in order to make more sense of our complex social environmen...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sexual Orientation
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Types of Identity Personal Identity: Sense of identity which revolves around the aspects of yourself which distinguish us from other people such as age, personal interests, personality, etc... Social Identity: Sense of ide...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Chapter 5: Types of Nonverbal Communication
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Types of Nonverbal Communication Oculesics Refers to the eye behavior as a form of communication Ex. eye contact, dynamic eye movement, pupil dilation, type of gaze The gaze is seen as ...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Lecture 5: Language and Nonverbal Communication: Importance and Functions
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Nature and Importance of Nonverbal Communication No discussion of communication is complete without the inclusion of nonverbal behaviours Matsumoto and Hwang Learning to communicate...

Linguistics
LIN486H5
Rehner, K.
LIN486H5 Chapter 1: Defining Culture
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Defining Culture Imagined community: Individuals assume that people they associate with, in their group, follow norms, practices and beliefs similar to their own (Jackson, p.68) o People of similar ethnici...

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LIN486H5
Rehner, K.

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