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Week 3 notes

by: Gayle Landry

Week 3 notes Communications 414

Gayle Landry

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Studying Everyday Talk
Bailey, Benjamin

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gayle Landry on Saturday February 7, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Communications 414 at a university taught by Bailey, Benjamin in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 162 views.


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Date Created: 02/07/15
Week 3 notes Comm 414 2315 Goals 0 See assignment 1 methods 0 be ready for assignment 2 Q cultural meaning vs power in chapter 3 Q Bedouins as one example of some of the things they have talked about Assignment 1 questions 0 why do we need methods 0 we are biased O we are bad at seeing reality 0 what are methods 0 rules for looking 0 way of connecting empirical data to a fact 0 connect facts to claim 0 how is assignment one an example of using methods 0 observations and claims I we tried to leave aside our assumptions Then we looked at others assignments 0 1st assignment Andrei 0 about going to a coffee place I summaried l good description about how people wait in line 0 2nd assignment Emily 0 3 girls on laptops I used two clear voices I lots of detail 0 3rd Assignment partners 0 inferred that the numbers were a clock 0 other then that did not summarize that much and looked good Talking about assignment 2 you get full credit if you complete it Q talking about our bias in assignment 1 O galaxy jacket example what different people saw 0 what39s some part of our identity that shaped what you saw Chapter 3 discussion 0 howto be honorable O generosity O honesty O touch and independent 0 strong 0 how can women be honorable I they don39t fight being lower than men I voluntary want to be put in her place I modesty 0 relationship between cultural meanings and power 0 most important line of the chapter 0 last line


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