Linguistic Anthropology

Click here and consider this done.

1. Language is one of the most powerful emblems of social behaviour. Describe how people manage their language relative to their cultural backgrounds, their gender, and their goals for interaction. Provide examples that help illustrate the various situations.

2. The term reframing is used to describe the notion of reinterpreting the meaning of a previous sentence or statement. Frame analysis is a type of discourse analysis that asks, “What activity were the speakers engaged in when they made these statements?” “What did they think they were doing by talking in this manner at that particular time?” Think about how difficult it can be to make sense of what you are hearing or reading, when you don’t know who is speaking or what the general topic is. Select a newspaper article, a radio story, or a random conversation and produce a discourse analysis of the event. Remember to discuss items such as turn taking, the use of speech markers such as “uh,” and Hymes’ social speech events (see the Unit 10 Commentary in your Study Guide).

Please use Textbooks Hickerson, Nancy Parrott 2010 Linguistic Anthropology. Custom edition. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt College Publishers. Rowe, Bruce M., and Diane P. Levine 2012 A Concise Introduction to Linguistics. 3rd edition. Boston, MA: Pearson Education as the two sources. And the other four sources please find it by yourself. Make sure to cited the sentences properly and use your own words and own idea. Do not cited too much.

MARGINS Use margins on both sides of the page JUSTIFY Left justify the paper and Reference/Work Cited page. Centre the information on the title page. SPACING Use 1.5 or double spacing. INDENTS Indent each new paragraph five to seven spaces or double space between paragraphs. FONTS Use ten or twelve-point type such as Times New Roman PAGES Do not use a page number for the title page. Do use page numbers on all other pages. Page numbers appear in the upper right corner of the essay. TITLE PAGE Provide a title page with title, author’s name and ID number, course name and number. *Always provide a Reference Page/Work Cited page and always be sure your name is on any material submitted.

Click here and consider this done.