Language and Culture - Chapter 5 - student version

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10/18/2009 1 Language and Culture Anthropology 2245 1 Midterm Date October 26, 2009 Format: Transcription Phonetic description Phonology problem Morphology problem Definitions of concepts Short answer 2 Final Project Data collection and analysis 8-10 pages, double spaced (not including data set) To be submitted to Turnitin.com by noon on December 7 Hard copy with data to be submitted at 3:30 on December 7 Your choice of two types of projects 3 Using Language Knowing a language is more than just knowing the words and sounds and bring able to form them into grammatical utterances 4 Using Language Indirection: A way of making a request, declining or accepting offers without being direct Used in many cultures 5 Using Language Words and phrases can take on very different meanings depending on the situation or context Pragmatics 6
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10/18/2009 2 Using Language This context in combination with differences in how requests etc are made, makes
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2009 for the course ANTHRO 2245 taught by Professor Gurski during the Spring '09 term at UWO.

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