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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Linguistic Determinism, Linguistic Relativity, Pragmatics

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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Intercultural Communication, Intercultural Competence, Communicative Competence

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25 Oct 2018
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Interpersonal communication: form of communication between a number of individuals (verbal or non-verbal) at a personal level, usually face-to-face. In
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Intercultural Competence, Communicative Competence, Personal Development

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25 Oct 2018
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Globalization: process of removing government-imposed restrictions on movements between countries in order to create an open, borderless world economy.
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UTMITA235H5Teresa LobalsamoFall

ITA235H5 Midterm: Test #1 Review

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23 Oct 2018
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For example, name three aspects of renaissance banquets. Answer one question on food consumption habits and how they were formed during the first and s
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Socioeconomic Status, Lev Vygotsky, Ethnocentrism

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22 Oct 2018
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Family, education, media etc. shapes personal norms. Through others we become ourselves" (vygotsky 1997: 105). Identities are formed in different ways
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ethnocentrism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Institutional Racism

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22 Oct 2018
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Communication Accommodation Theory, Third Culture Kid, First Language

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22 Oct 2018
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One"s degree of proficiency in a particular language. One"s attitudes towards and feelings about the language. Being born into a family or community wh
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Reductionism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Essentialism

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22 Oct 2018
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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 environment. O
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sexual Orientation

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22 Oct 2018
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Sense of identity which revolves around the aspects of yourself which distinguish us from other people such as age, personal interests, personality, et
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Chapter 5: Types of Nonverbal Communication

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22 Oct 2018
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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 very im
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture 5: Language and Nonverbal Communication: Importance and Functions

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22 Oct 2018
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No discussion of communication is complete without the inclusion of nonverbal behaviours . Learning to communicate effectively and appropriately in int
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Chapter 1: Defining Culture

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22 Oct 2018
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Enculturation: the process of learning one"s culture through observation, interaction and imitation that is both conscious and unconscious. Shared idea
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture 3: Communication Styles

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22 Oct 2018
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Chapter 2: Power in Context

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22 Oct 2018
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Context: the information that surrounds an event; it is inextricably bound up with the meaning of that event", all communication takes place within a c
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Chapter 3: Communication Properties

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22 Oct 2018
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Communication involves an interrelated, interdependent group of elements working together to achieve a desired outcome or goal . Communication is irrev
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UTMLIN486H5Rehner, K.Fall

LIN486H5 Lecture 2: Conceptions of Culture

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22 Oct 2018
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Culture is encompassed by patterns, symbols, ideas, products, values and behaviours of human groups, which distinguish us. High culture: individuals wh
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UTMJAL355H5Konnelly, L.Fall

JAL355H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: George Lakoff, Tag Question, Sociolinguistics

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22 Oct 2018
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Gender is treated as an ongoing project and language as a resource in the pursuit of that project: according to eckert and mcconnell-ginet. Our beliefs
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UTMJAL355H5Konnelly, L.Fall

JAL355H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gender Binary, Masculinity, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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22 Oct 2018
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UTMJAL355H5Konnelly, L.Fall

JAL355H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Great Vowel Shift, Diphthong, Romance Languages

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22 Oct 2018
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[l]abelling someone a man or a woman is a social decision. We may use scientific knowledge to help us make the decision, but only our. Beliefs about ge
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UTMJAL355H5Konnelly, L.Fall

JAL355H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tag Question, Social Practice, Masculinity

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22 Oct 2018
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Preposition And Postposition, Tnf Receptor Associated Factor, Soft Palate

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23 Apr 2018
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Language is the heart of all things human; it"s used when talking, listening, reading, writing and thinking. Language defines us, as all normal human b
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Affix, Special Senses, Part Of Speech

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23 Apr 2018
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Jean Berko Gleason, Oneword, Cooperative Principle

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23 Apr 2018
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A pronominal must not have an antecedent that c-commands it and its in the same clause. Presupposition is the belief implied by the use of a particular
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Hyponymy And Hypernymy, Polysemy

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23 Apr 2018
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Hypernym is the superordinate concept and the hyponyms are the subordinate meanings. Ex: color is the hypernym and red/blue/green are examples of hypon
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Intension, Hyponymy And Hypernymy, Justin Trudeau

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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture 6: Syntax

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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Deep Structure And Surface Structure

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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Adpositional Phrase

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23 Apr 2018
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That guy in the corner took linguistics in high school . > that guy in the corner = together makes sense/constituent. > all smaller pieces are within t
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Description, Linguistic Competence, Linguistic Performance

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23 Apr 2018
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nonconcatenative Morphology, Noam Chomsky, Universal Grammar

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23 Apr 2018
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Linguists tend to work on spoken language because everyone learns a language, but some people are illiterate. The knowledge known as grammatical compet
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Redneck, Endocentric And Exocentric, Part Of Speech

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23 Apr 2018
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Base is the form to which an affix is attached. The base to which an inflectional affix is attached is sometimes known as the stem. Forget + able = adj
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UTMLIN232H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN232H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Suppletion, Adverb, Phonetic Transcription

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23 Apr 2018
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Free morphemes can occur as independent words (e. g. car, true, act, fast, canada) Bound morphemes cannot occur as independent words (e. g. : un-, re--
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Roundedness, Joule, Tenseness

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23 Apr 2018
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Markedness, Metalinguistic Awareness, Epenthesis

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23 Apr 2018
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There are some conditions where young children may have a problem with their nervous system, that they"re not able to acquire language. Poverty of the
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Lecture 4: Phonemes and Allophones

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23 Apr 2018
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Canadian English, North Germanic Languages, Mutual Intelligibility

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23 Apr 2018
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You can"t acquire language as a child from a tv or the radio, because you need to be interacting with other human beings. Even if we were identical twi
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Complementary Distribution, Minimal Pair, Epenthesis

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23 Apr 2018
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Hamster = transitions from m to s thus the p in #2 = the p acts as a bridge (shares properties with m and s - voiceless & labial) = epenthesis. Sandwic
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Obstruent, Monogamy, Complementary Distribution

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23 Apr 2018
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Phonemes and allophones are terms that we use to make sense of the ways sounds work in a language. The two sounds [m] and [n] are minimal pairs, becaus
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Swahili Language, Celtic Languages, Rotokas Language

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23 Apr 2018
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UTMLIN229H5Ivan ChowSpring

LIN229H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Veal, Vocal Folds, Sound

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23 Apr 2018
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You can get letters making sounds you never imagined they would make. The <ough> make several pronunciations: cough = off, tough = auf, bough = ow, thr
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