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Click to edit Master subtitle style   5/23/11
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  5/23/11 “smile now, cry later” “moral and affective allegory”  “ideology of deportment” Distributed cognition (Hutchins) Distributed memory (M-D) Memorialization [artifacts, narrative] Connects youth to each other and to elders 
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  5/23/11 Speech event: “talking shit” 1. A tells a story about B, when B is not present 2. B’s friend C, who is present, tells B 3. B then confronts A   P: “Carlos is a bitch, man” (in Fernando’s presence)  F: “Yo, Patricia was talking shit the other day and  saying that you were a bitch”” (to C)  C: “Hey bitch, why are you talking shit? Fernando 
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  5/23/11 Narrative roles Narrator:   the person who tells the story Figure:  a character  in the narrative Addressee: the person who is being told the  narrative Overhearer:  people who are also the audience  for the narrative A person can occupy multiple roles, e.g. 
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  5/23/11 Patric ia Fernan do Carl os Fernan do Carl os
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