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Terms habitus etymology

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Unformatted text preview: analogy and metonymy this meaning system becomes projected as a wider poli=cal analysis ‐ Young people involved in Norte and Sur (poli=cal analysts) par=cipa=on in these groups synthesizing their understanding of the larger processes of race, language, capital structure, and global power rela=ons Global North and Global South become tangible and explainable. Terms Habitus •  Etymology From La=n habitus (“habit”), from habeō (“have; maintain”). • habitus: a set of disposi=ons to act and react in certain ways, which are socialized and become embodied and ingrained. • “natural” can be culturally learned • e.g: personal space; food sharing. • gender Terms •  TCU (Turn‐construc=onal Unit) vs. Turn •  Speaker change recurs, or at least occurs. In other words, par=cipants in interac=on take turns in speaking. •  TCU: Turns are incrementally built out of a succession of turn‐ construc+onal units (henceforth TCUs), such as sentences, clauses, phrases, and individual words. Each TCU ’ s comple=on establishes a transi+on‐relevance place/point (henceforth TRP) where a change of speakership becomes a salient possibility that may or may not be realized at any par=cular TRP. Terms •  Turn vs. TCU Example 01 A: Wanna come dow...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course ANTHRO 33 taught by Professor Wertheim during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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