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9 Cards in this Set

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two models of mediation
dramatization and textualization
textual class
soocial effect of controlling bodies (as people are texualized)
no one speaks
the same language
we fail to communicate more often
then we succeed.
we can not escape language
luckily it is a chief source of imagination
terministic screens
our terms are a reflection, selection, and deflection of reality (our words are like filters, they mediate our access to things)
is there a natural or right way to speak?
language is
political and reflects norms and values
the process whereby individuals are made aware of the behaviour that others expect of them as regards the norms, values and culture of their society. Agents of socialization include the family, school, friendship groups, religious institutions and the mass media.