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    Deaf Like Me Analysis

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    The story Deaf Like Me begins with a young married couple, Louise and Thomas Spradley, waking up in the middle of the night and panicking about the child they are expecting. Louise is five months pregnant with the couple 's second child. They already have a three and a half year old one named Bruce who became ill last summer. When taking him to the doctors, Louise finds out that Bruce has German measles, or rubella. The doctor notifies Louise that if she is pregnant there can be possible…

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    Before I even started interacting with them using gestures and sign language I could see that they knew something was wrong simply by my behavior as I am usually a vocal person around my friends and am rarely ever not speaking. Their reactions weren 't anything out of the ordinary at first they would look…

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    just speaking. Objective communication is observed. Objective communication can be known as facial expressions, hand gestures, or body gestures. An example of this is the universal sign for choking, which is placing your hands around your neck. Have you ever thought of how you learned these skills as a child? The answer is observation, you have likely seen someone do these gestures and retained…

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    Target Gestures

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    gestural detail. All four of those detailed gestures listed above are what I will refer to as the ‘Target Gestures’ throughout the rest of the paper. They are the ones I had anticipated would be carried out in the re-tellings of my story. Purposefully, I sought to incorporate each type of gestures in the Semiotic Trichotomy as explained in class: Iconic (gestures 1, 3), Indexical (gesture 2), and Symbolic (gesture 4). This way, I could test which type pf gesture was used more by my participants,…

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    non-verbal communication. Non-verbal communication is communication without words which involves your body movements such as gesture, posture, facial expressions, eye contact and many others. The study of this body movements or behavior is called kinesics. There are five types of kinesics : emblems, illustrators, regulators, adaptors and affect displays. For…

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    I do think I felt myself leaning forward a bit when making a point, but overall I thought my felt good. When it came to the gestures and eyes, I really wanted to use them to emphasis my dialog and help to engage the audience. I practiced in the mirror and I think this helped to make those moments effective. I wanted to linger a bit with my hand and arm movements so the audience…

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    Held on the first Friday of every month, Just Bust is an all ages open mic held in downtown Madison. Individuals can dance, rap, sing, or perform poetry. It is free and open to anyone who is willing to listen or perform. Just Bust is led by the Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives(OMAI), whose mission is to provide innovative, culturally relevant hip-hop art programs to inspire engagement, learning, and activism for diverse communities. It is a safe environment to make yourself heard, since…

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    handshakes from the traditional handshake that we are all familiar with, to the “fist bump”, to an informal handshake, and finally a handshake mixed with almost a “chest bump”. This video is important because it points out that not everybody expressed gestures in the same way, and just as we find this amusing, I’m sure that if we were studying Chinese or Japanese culture, we would find some of their customs different from ours, but this should be respected. Like they say, “when in Rome”……

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    Going into this class I didn’t know what to expect. With it being called “Introduction To Counseling” I generally assumed that’s what it would be. I didn’t put that much thought into what we were going to learn about, but believe me; I am delighted I was given the opportunity to take this course. From professional ethics, attending behaviors, observation, encouraging, confrontation, and reflecting, I was given the chance to learn these skills that will help me in my professional life. Throughout…

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    "The courtship of Benedick and Beatrice has a beautiful observed reality, a poise and maturity, a refreshing humour which makes the operatic main plot seem absurdly unreal." It is clear that Beatrice and Benedick are in love from the first we see of them; it is not simply through the Prince's intervention that the seeds of love are sown between them. When Beatrice is informed that Don Pedro and his party are coming to Messina, her first thought is for her 'Senior Mountanto'. Within four spoken…

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