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composed of signs, symbols, signals, codes and rules
language
signals (symptoms) and symbols
signs
you cannot turn symbols into __________.
signals
"very" "so" "quite" are all
verbal intensifiers
"perhaps, I guess"
verbal qualifiers
"right?" "isnt he?"
Tag questions
"I know your really busy, but, i was wondering if maybe...."
Lengthening the request
understanding that language is linked to speaker intention- speech does things, words have power.
Speech Act theory
Tuning up your voice- string of words
utterance acts
has meaning referent for speaker
Propositional act
has meaning for both speaker and listener, together to understand intentions
Illocutionary Act
expectation for action, "I'm so thursty"
Perlocutionary Act
_________ affects meaning
punctuation
alex doesnt call because I yell, I yell because he doesnt call.
Punctuation disagreement
_______ is not included in linear model of communication
Encoding
Shannon and Weaver defined Laswells model by the addition of:
Noise
Feedback cannot be:
Sublime