Of Movement and Loss: Cultural Identities in The Namesake
Though the South Asian diaspora is still relatively new to the United States,
Indian immigrants and their children are experiencing increasing visibility in Americ
Male dominated- this is how our society is
Those on the margins lack power and are marked as different, but see the differences
that limit their power.
Feminist align with other groups to demonstrate how privilege, differences, & power
Inductive Academic Inquiry uses _ and Theory comes _.
-uses research questions-Theory comes last
What does Inductive Academic Inquiry use? Research Questions
What are the characteristics of Research Questions in Inductive Academic Inquiry?
What is Everyday Inquiry Collecting? Our accumulated observations based upon our
interactions with others
What is ethnography? collecting evidence from within the group/enivornment
What is the third and final step of Inquiry? Concluding
What are the two p
What happens during the Yielding level of the Effects Variables?
receivers ACCEPT the message (you "yield"& think "Yeah I get/accept that!")
What happens during the Retention level of the Effects Variables?
receivers REMEMBER the message
What happens duri
Deductive Academic Inquiry uses _ and Theory comes _. -uses hypothesisTheory first
What is part 3 of Lazlo's Natural systems theory? 3. Natural systems CREATE
themselves in response to self-creativity in other systems
What is A for (3.) Natural systems CR
CRT & Communicative Action
Jury Nullification- even if there is evidence, not guilty. EX: cop profiling the black man
Telling stories to highlight inequalities- makes people aware
Collective Political Action rather than lawsuits- trying to change how poli
What does it mean to say that communication is a process?
Communication is the process of using messages to generate meaning.
A process is an activity or set of behaviors that occurs over time.
Communication is not an unchanging product, it is an ACTIVITY
What are Cognitive Rules Theories?
A post-positivist (almost scientific) approach to the study of mass-mediated
communication messages to large groups of people with the goal of changing their
opinionsand ultimately, their behavior.
What are Hovland's 4 F
What is Academic Inquiry Collecting?
Systematic evidence collection through survey, experiment, participation observation,
What is an example of Hypotheses for Deductive Academic Inquiry?
"Instructors who are perceived to communicate they care about
Final Paper Proposal
For my final paper, I will look at notions of the cultural diaspora and hybridity in
The Namesake. This is a text I should be able to relate to personally as an Indian
American from the state of Benga
Offense and Awareness in Minority Comedy
Stand-up and sketch comedy have always been known to polarize audiences on
whether they find racial humor amusing or offensive. Christine Achams Im Rich,
Bitch! The Comedy of Chapp
In her highly unstructured and decentralizing Deep Sight and Rescue Missions, Toni
Cade Bambara grapples with the idea of assimilation and what it means for minorities. It is a
term that Bambara feels doesnt hav
Minority Media; Majority Paranoia
The main purpose of Ball-Rokeachs Ethnic Media in History is to illustrate that
minority media have been around for centuries and still struggle for recognition and
respect all these year
Verbal or nonverbal form of an idea, thought, or feeling that the source wishes to
communicate to the receivers.
What are some characteristics of the message?
Symbols like words and phrases
Facial expression, body movements, gestures, physical contact