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21:16 3/3  Hudson, "Speech Communities"  (212-217)  ∙ Goffman, "Encounters" (218-223)   ∙ Eckert, "Symbols of Category  Membership" (224-242)  Questions for Hudson, Goffman, and Eckert >Hudson: How people thought about speech communities in the past, how they think  about them till now. >Goffman: Sociologists; looking at everyday behavior and look at everyday patterns  then identify them with groups. At what point do people become a click >Eckert: kinda like Goffman, but sorts them into two groups. For Hudson, how have the ideas of what a speech community is changed over time,  from numbers 1-6? 1. Speech community: all the people who use a given language (or dialect) not a productive way to do something, because people could be all speaking the same  language but all have different cultures. Example: all people the speak English (there are billions of them) 2. Each language defines a speech community: the whole set of people who       communicate with each other, either directly or indirectly; via the      common language If two communities both spoke the same language but had no contact with each other at  all, they would count as different speech communities 3.  A speech community is a group of people who interact by means of   
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