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CMST 2010 Exam 2 Notes (97% in the course

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Unit2ExamClassNotes04022009011200ALanguageSourceofmostcommunicationproblemsWethinkinlanguageBLanguageisarbitraryandsymbolicHumancreationSymbolicmeaningsymbolcodeWordsstandinforstuffCouldbecodedotherwaysWordsmerelyrepresentthingstheyarenotthethingstheyrepresentTheSemanticTriangleoWordphrasesymbolsAngle1SymbolwhatweusetoevokethereferentoReflectionthoughreferenceAngle2ReflectionorthoughtincursinsidethehumanmindoObjectthingreferentAngle3ReferenttheobjectorthethingtowhichyoureferwhenyouusethewordoDashedlineatbottomyoucantgetfromthesymboltothereferentorfromthereferenttosymbolMusttravelthroughreferencepointoMeaningsareinpeoplenotinwordsPeoplesexperiencebecomeassociatedwiththewordoSomeonegettingattackedbyadogwhentheywere5yearsoldAuditthefeedbacksoyoucandoabetterjobcommunicatingVisualSymbolsoLogosoEvokemeaningMorepotentialfordistractionFebruary202008CSyntacticRulesHowwordssymbolsarearrangedwordorderBecausewordsarentarrangedthesamewaypeopledevelopdifferentworldviewsDRealityisshapedbyLanguageSyntaxoMindstructuresrealityoCasesensitiveinflectedlanguagelatinRussiantruebutnottrueCrosscultureissuesdevelopoAssumptionsbecomeembeddedinlanguageERealityisOrganizedandClassifiedbyLanguageNamingorlabelingfunctionoflanguageWelabelpeopleorobjectssincewethinkinlanguage
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