Mcdonald emotions for her social role she carries

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McDonald emotions for her social role. She carries this out with expressed attachment as the funny guy by embracing her role and committing to it. To make this elaboration more systematic, we can use Hymes’s model for speech events, starting with ‘Setting and Scene’. A lot of the conversation developed around food because of our time and location: dinner time at the Dining Common closest to our building where there was a special cupcake event taking place. The ‘cupcake war’ is essential to cultural elements of college life in order to entertain students and allowing them to show their cupcake decorating skills; though my friends didn’t make the most artistic cupcakes, some other Dining Commons displayed Spring time pictures and even the mascot ‘Same the Minute Man’. Cupcake wars are a way to demonstrate self-expression and school spirit. The dinner Participants were my friends from my dorm: Kelly, Diana, Michaela, Cheryl Anne and myself. The four of them are very good friends, allowing us to be open and silly with each other. The purpose of the event was to eat our food and be satisfied from it, which was indeed the result. The Act Sequence was quite intriguing; I was able to identify flows in conversational patterns, most of them having to do with food— from cupcakes, cupcake sandwiches, chips and ketchup to Easter celebrations. Hymes’s description of social ‘Key’ can be evaluated as an event full of laughter where it actually fit in quite well with the given setting; everyone in the Dining Common, from what I could see, was laughing and enjoying their meal with their friends. We used spoken instrumentalities which I
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  • Fall '07
  • Cronen
  • American film actors, American television actors, Belching, Michaela

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