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Honorifics
A system that the Japanese use
Tu
Refers to how speech is used among friends
Cooperative principle
Developed by Grice
Utterance
Smallest unit of speech
Ethnography of Speaking is a synonym to
Ethnography of Communication
Vous distinction would be used for
solidarity purpouses
FN/TNL is the english equivalant to the
TU/VOUS distinction
Vous distinction would not be used for
Solidarity Purpouses
Shorter utterances are not considered to be polite in
French
Ethnography
Is a branc of sociology that is concerned with talk as phenomenon in its own right.
TLN
is an example of an address term in English
Japanese
has a complex system of honorifics
In the acronym SPEAKING, the P stands for
PARTICIPANTS
There are certain felicity conditions that performatives must meet
to be successful
Berstein
Elaborated Code
World Language
Utterances
Sexists
Mailman
AAVE
Black Language
Guarani
Paraguay
Grice
Maxims
Performative
Utterances
Japanese
Honorifics
Corpus Planning
Standardizing a variety
Hymes
Maxims
Relevance (Relations)
One of Grice's maxims that refers to the participant responding appropriately
The K in SPEAKING stands for
Key
Corpus Planning
Seeks to standardize a language
Grice's 4 maxims are
Quantity, Quality, Relation, Manner
The standard variety of a language is a
majority language
Black English (Dipthongs)
Show characteristics including the reduction of final consonant clusters
There are various approaches to
Studying sociolinguistics according to the text
Guarani is an indigionous language of
Paraguay
A non-standard variety of a language is usually
codified
Status Planning
involves changing the function of a language
Human being is a
mankind term
SPEAKING is an acronym developed for
Ethnography of speaking
The I in speaking stands for
instrumentalities
Quantity is a maxim where one should be as
informative as required
Code-Switching
is an important part of Black English
The use of 'be' in the habitusal sense is a characteristic of
Black English
Assimilation is on
Cobarrubias ideologies of language planning
The !Kung of Africa are known for their
need to talk
There are some languages that have seperate
men's and women's speech
A language
cannot be sexist
Ebonics is another name for
African American English
Women and men use language in
different ways
The Ebonics issues first started in
Oakland
French is an example of a
majority language in France
Early Man is an example of
sexist language
Sex and gener and
synonyomous in sociolinguistics
Black English
is considered a non-standard variety of English.
One of the structural differences between Black and Standard English is that Black English stands for
Southern Aristocratic English
SAE stands for
Standard American English
The word planning in sociolinguistics refers to
A governmental authorized efford to alter a language's function
The word culture in sociolinguistics desribe
What a person must know in order to function in a particular society
The use of the Vous distinction in a language would occur
a student addresses his/her teacher
The smallest unit of speech is
an utterance
SPEAKING is an example of
an acronym
Japanese has a system of
honorifics
Ebonics describes the resolution if
Oakland regarded Black English
The following is examples of sexist language
man, chairman, flagman
Status Planning
Changes the function of a lanaguage or variety
One of Cobarrubias' idealogies is
vernacularization