Ethnography of Everyday Speech

Description: Lecture, three hours; fieldwork. Requisite: course 33. Designed for juniors/seniors. Course has two interrelated objectives: (1) to introduce students to ethnography of communication -- description and analysis of situated communicative behavior -- and sociocultural knowledge that it reflects and (2) to train students to recognize, describe, and analyze relevant linguistic, proxemic, and kinesic aspects of face-to-face interaction. Letter grading.

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