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Unformatted text preview: Linguistic Anthropology Intentional Vs. Non-Intentional Referential Vs. Non-referential One aspect of semanticity = Reference (word of the day) Reference with pointing A B Reference requires joint attention A B A wants B to know A is attending to the salt Reference with words A B A wants B to know A is attending to the salt Pass the salt What if the salt is not physically present? A B Where is the salt? A B Where is the salt? A wants B to know A is attending to the salt Looking ahead: we will call this the joint attentional model of reference. Or the shared intentionality model of human communication. In these examples the participants are communicating ABOUT SOMETHING. = the salt The SOMETHING that they are communicating about is what they are jointly attending to. Communication need not be ABOUT something in this way. Its still communication but theres no reference. Its still communication but theres no reference. Not all words refer - so you can have verbal communication without reference too! Non - referential communication A B Hi Referential communication...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course ANTHROPOLO 102 taught by Professor Dr.andreamuehelbach during the Fall '11 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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