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Language, Culture, and Communication, 6th  무료배송

 
지은이 : Nancy Bonvillain
출판사 : Prentice Hall
판수 : 6 edition (December 27, 2010)
페이지수 : 411
ISBN : 9780205832095
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Using data from cultures and languages throughout the world to highlight both similarities and differences in human languages, Language, Culture and Communication explores the many interconnections among language, culture, and communicative meaning. It examines the multi-faceted meanings and uses of language and emphasizes the ways that language encapsulates speakers' meanings and intentions.

Nancy Bonvillain is a professor of anthropology and linguistics at Bard College at Simon's Rock. She is author of over twenty books on language, culture, and gender, including a series on Native American peoples. In her field work she studied the Mohawk and Navajo, and she has published a grammar and dictionary of the Akwesasne dialect of Mohawk. She received her PhD from Columbia University in 1972 and has taught at Columbia University, The New School, SUNY Purchase and Stonybrook, and Sarah Lawrence College.

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: The Form of the Message
젨젨젨젨 Phonology
젨젨젨젨 Morphology
젨젨젨젨 Syntax
젨젨젨젨 Semantics
젨젨젨젨 Manual Language
젨젨젨젨 Nonverbal Communication

Chapter 3: Language and Cultural Meaning
젨젨젨젨 Foundations of Linguistic Anthropology
젨젨젨젨 Lexical and Cultural Categories
젨젨젨젨 Cultural Presupposition
젨젨젨젨 The Cultural Meaning of L I anguage Ideologies
젨젨젨젨 Extended and Transferred Meaning

Chapter 4: Contextual Components: Outline of an Ethnography of Communication
젨젨젨젨 Ethnography of Communication
젨젨젨젨 Settings
젨젨젨젨 Participants
젨젨젨젨 Topics and Goals
젨젨젨젨 Speech Acts
젨젨젨젨 Narratives
젨젨젨젨 Routines
젨젨젨젨
Chapter 5: Communicative Interactions
젨젨젨젨 Structural Properties of Conversation
젨젨젨젨 Conversational Postulates
젨젨젨젨 Directives
젨젨젨젨 Telephone Conversation
젨젨젨젨 Online Communication
젨젨젨젨 Sign Language Communication
젨젨젨젨 Politeness

Chapter 6: Digital Communication and Signed Languages
젨젨젨젨 Telephone Conversations
젨젨젨젨 Online Communication
젨젨젨젨 Signed Languages and잺ommunicative Practices


Chapter 7: Learning Language
젨젨젨젨 Acquisition of Language
젨젨젨젨 Complex Grammars
젨젨젨젨 Comparative Evidence
젨젨젨젨 Some Universal Sequences
젨젨젨젨 Instructional Strategies

Chapter 8: The Acquisition of Communicate Competence
젨젨젨젨 Acquiring Communicative Styles
젨젨젨젨 Learning Status and Role
젨젨젨젨 Learning Discourse

Chapter 9: Societal Segmentation and Linguistic Variation: Class and Race
젨젨젨젨 Social Stratification
젨젨젨젨 Caste
젨젨젨젨 Class
젨젨젨젨 Race

Chapter 10: Language and Gender
젨젨젨젨 Pronunciation
젨젨젨젨 Grammatical Variants
젨젨젨젨 Choices of Vocabulary
젨젨젨젨 Conversational Styles
젨젨젨젨 Images of Gender in Linguistic Form

Chapter 11: Multilingual Nations
젨젨젨젨젨India
젨젨젨젨 Canada
젨젨젨젨 The United States

Chapter 12: Bilingual Communities
젨젨젨젨 Linguistic Change
젨젨젨젨 Language Use in Bilingual Communities
젨젨젨젨 Bilingual Conversational Strategies
젨젨젨젨 Interethnic Miscommunication

Chapter 13: Language and Institutional Encounters
젨젨젨젨 Language Ideologies
젨젨젨젨 Language and Status
젨젨젨젨 Institutional Contexts
젨젨젨젨 Education
젨젨젨젨 Medical Encounters
젨젨젨젨 Legal Settings
젨젨젨젨 The Media

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