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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Communicative Competence, Conversation Analysis, Cataphora

OC9448875 Page
5 May 2016
24
Communicative competence the ability to use a language appropriately in specific interactive settings (i. e. you have to be socially competent and know
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dennis Amiss, Personal Taste, Histology

OC2929596 Page
24 Feb 2017
0
People use slang more often in speaking than in writing, and more often with friends than. Slang bespeaks of friendliness and commonality; jargon does
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: North American English, Code-Switching, Phonetics

OC73197715 Page
31 Jan 2017
29
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiSpring

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Critical Discourse Analysis, Stephen Levinson, Socalled

OC170060311 Page
27 Apr 2017
0
For our conversation, it constitutes a pragmatic form of knowledge known as communicative competence: the ability to use language appropriately in spec
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sociolect, Colloquialism, Jargon

OC9448874 Page
5 May 2016
52
Sociolects the study of variation in language across social classes (dialects is geographical differences, sociolects is difference in social class) (e
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Benjamin Lee Whorf, Franz Boas, Edward Sapir

OC73197712 Page
31 Jan 2017
34
Things in size 10 font : to give context but probably not important. Things italicized/bolded - probably important content/terms - pay closer attention
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Chick Flick, Nerd, Markedness

OC7319773 Page
31 Jan 2017
22
Extending traditional geographical notions to encompass variation in the social domain - deals with sociolectal variation in f2f and cmc spaces and oth
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Allopatric Speciation, Fangyan, Omen

OC2929595 Page
24 Feb 2017
1
Psycholinguistic - focus on relation btw language and construction of self. Sociolinguistic - focus on relation btw language and social identity. Gramm
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Functional Illiteracy, Calque, Tuscan Dialect

OC96164115 Page
27 Feb 2017
0
Sociolinguistics studies language in all kinds of spaces geographical, social, cultural and pragmatics. Study of variation came under 2 branches of lin
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Polysemy, Snoop Dogg, Sociolinguistics

OC73197712 Page
31 Jan 2017
26
Systematic study of the structure of words and phrases necessary in order to understand the meanings imprinted in them better and in order to assess th
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Romance Languages, Mutual Intelligibility, Petrarch

OC1061194 Page
30 Mar 2013
65
Language forms (such as phonological, grammatical) vary constant across both time and space. If there is a lot of variant forms, they are said to const
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gematria, Gie, Abbreviation

OC9616413 Page
27 Feb 2017
0
Li based on dialect or regional speech, rather than standardized norm. Change in li in upward mobility situations is more of a modification of identity
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