ANTH 412 Study Guide
ANTH 412 Study Guide Anth 412
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Spring 2016 CSULB Dr. N. Raby ANTH 412 Culture and Communication EXAM 2: STUDY GUIDE LECTURERS Verbal Communication 1. Nature vs Nurture findings of the NIMH Study 2. Language as a Value Orientation: the French example of idioms 3. Styles of Speech 4. Functions of Speech 5 The three aspects of language relevant in communication 6. Language as a symbol in the U.S. Historical transformation of SAE 7. Noam Chomsky and Sapir Whorf arguments regarding the relationship between language/nature and nurture 8. Speech communities. 9. Black Vernacular English 10. Gender and language: Robin Lakoff 11. Gender and language D. Tannen 13. Gender and language Meineke Schipper 14. Role of language in education: the U.S. 15, Transitional model of education 16. India and language change 17. Borker’s study of how men and women communicate 18. Changes in the southern dialect after the end of the civil war 19. BVE and changes over time TEXT: Chapter 8 (Language) 20. Functions of Language 21. Language use: Spanish, Arabic, English 23. Language and Meaning 24. Conversational Taboos 25. Second Language benefits American Tongues Video 1 26. The various markers of dialects 27. The preferred dialects 28. Values represented by the: Southern dialect; 29. Texas speech 30. The meaning of cabinet 31. The meaning of schlep 32. How do we learn language? 33. What/who is the predominant influence on SAE? 34. In our unguarded moments, what dialect do we fall back on? TEXT: Chapter 9: Non Verbal Communication 35. Functions of Non verbal communication 36. Messages of the Body: Appearance, Body movement Lectures: Non Verbal Communication 37. Edward Hall 38. Role of taboos 39. Kinesics, Proxemics, Chronemics defined 40. Illustrators. Emblems, Adaptors, Regulators 41. Walking: Foot binding in China 41. Eye Contact (Edward Hall) 42. Body Adornment 43. Body Mutilation ESSAYS: 10 44. Talking aasia 45. Non verbal communication: meaning of pauses 46. Role of formal introductions 47. Finnish interactional script contrasted with American 48. How did the Finnish people acquire knowledge about American communication patterns? 49. Getting acquainted with the workplace’ 50. Finnish pauses and their meaning ESSAYS 11 51. Acculturation of student to American family 52. What were her language issues? 53. Cultural differences in learning styles 54. Homesickness: things the student missed 2 55. Her interactions with American students 3
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