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COGN 20 Friday 21 January 2011
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The Sign Sr Sd R
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Basic Model of Communication Sender Recipient Message
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Personality as Performance Theater Face-to-face Interaction Audience Front Stage Backstage Hi. Front Stage Backstage Audience
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Communication as how we understand and engage with the world . “me” “the world”
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J.L. Austin: Performativity Constative utterances: describe reality, and can be evaluated according to their truth-value. Performative utterances: produce a new reality, and can be evaluated according to their efficacy.
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Performative Utterances “I now pronounce you husband and wife.” “We the jury find the defendant guilty.” “It’s a girl!” (Judith Butler in Gender Trouble )
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Robin Lakoff Professor of Linguistics, UC-Berkeley Theorizes the function of language as a social and political force Has focused especially on the gendered dynamics of language and interaction
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Language, Politics, and Power
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