Discourse create and evoke the scene and context
Corporate principle: how we can do certain things metaphorically
Stance taking: Adopting the behavior or language from other people.
Disequilibrium - vous vs. tu
UGIS 120 Final Vocab Review
E.O. Wilson termed interdisciplinary
Tanya Augsburg becoming interdisciplinary
MTBI: E/I is extraversion/introversion
MTBI: I/S is intuition/sensing
MTBI: F/T is feeling/thinking
MTBI: P/J is perceiving/judging
Holland Type- ed
plots: culturally constructed structures
asymmetrical relationship is created in legalese
what do people do?
e.g. scientic English:
nominalizations. "this proce
1.5) a magazine article that I found to be rather interesting was an NRA one in the wake of the
Newtown shooting. It had to do with Obama not wanting to put armed guards by schools, yet
his children are protected by the secret se
discourse and the world-reciprocal relationships: shaping each other
native language and second language are inuenced by each other
some construct is inuencing another-being inuenced as well (chicken-andegg)
discourse and language
uncovering of ideology in texts
how actions are represented. participants are represented. particular way we
name things. particular things to include.
falling prices VS correction (they are good)
Syrian issue: "moral obscenity" (we'd better do s
linguistics talks about systems based on rules
we talk about the real world application
ambiguity is built into the system, rather than a problem arises in the system.
purpose: i can infer what you mean by "to do sth"
the way we use language is inseparabl
passive vs. active voices
subconsciousness vs. intention
school written style aspect
thinking differently: monolingual vs. bilingual
correlation between multilingualism and empathy
Grammar: structure of syntax and morphology
grammar of music, gesture, CS
questions like "is it good/bad?" depends on local ecology-what's around it?
discourse as language use in real life context
e.g. Fruitvale BART Shooting Delays Train Service
the early material should be more given (presented) than later m
traditional view: computational method- when you think people are having a
conversation-deliverer and recipient. like online/texting systems. click enter,
completed msgs. no process of making is conveyed.
dialogic and interactive!
who you are
UGIS 120 Applied Language Studies Study Guide
Prescriptive Grammar- grammar that aims to state the linguistic facts in terms of
how they should be (no prepositions at the end of a sentence)
Descriptive Grammar- grammar that seeks to describe human linguis