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There will be sporadic reading reflection quizzes at the start of class meetings approximately 7 10. throughout the semester These are not designed to trick you These will consist of one or two. straightforward questions to prime the pump for class discussion Quizzes will be graded as check. evident student has read material check plus student shows mastery of the material and check. minus evident student has not read material,FIELD NOTES. Throughout the semester you are expected to turn in a total of eight field notes in which you will. apply concepts presented in class to your daily experience These notes are due on Wednesdays. according to the schedule provided in the syllabus There are ten assigned turn in dates you may. elect either to skip two field notes of your choosing or to complete extra field notes and drop your. lowest grade s These field notes will be a maximum of one page in length Detailed instructions. and guidelines will be handed out in class,DATA ANALYSIS PROJECTS. There will be three data analysis projects throughout the semester which will require you to. explore a topic in greater depth using the knowledge you ve acquired in class The first due. February 13 will require you to collect and analyze some sort of interactional data The second. due March 20 will focus on language and New Media The third and final project due May 6 will. consist of a more in depth look at one or more of the topics covered in class of your choosing. CLASS POLICIES,ATTENDANCE, This class relies on lively discussion and group work in class As such attendance is required more. than one unexcused absence will result in a 15 reduction to the participation grade Punctuality is. also important repeated tardiness will be treated as an absence at my discretion. LATE AND MISSING WORK, Assignments will be due on Blackboard before the start of the class period in which they are due. Accepted file formats are doc docx or rtf I do not accept late work In the event that serious. unforeseeable circumstances prevent you from turning in an assignment on time I will handle this. on a case by case basis Grades on late assignments drop 10 for each weekday that the student. has not been in contact with me about the reason for tardiness However please do not miss class. to finish an assignment, Any missed assignments will result in a grade of 0 for that assignment which will be factored.
accordingly into the final grade,Field Notes 20,Projects 20 each. Reading Reflections 10,Participation 10, To calculate the final grade letter grades will be converted into the following grade point system based. on the 2011 2012 Georgetown University Undergraduate Bulletin. A 4 33 B 3 33 C 2 33 D 1 33,A 4 00 B 3 00 C 2 00 D 1 00. A 3 67 B 2 67 C 1 67 F 0 00, Students may receive a grade of A on an individual assignment but may not receive an A as a final. grade Any final numeric grade over 4 00 will be considered an A. STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES, If you are a varsity athlete who will miss classes for team travel or a student with documented.
learning disabilities who will require accommodation I require documentation of this at the. beginning of the course before any assignments are affected In either event the late assignment. policy still applies while you should consider me a resource for helping you figure out how best to. manage your workload you are responsible for planning to ensure your work is completed on time. INCLEMENT WEATHER, If the university declares an inclement weather day class will proceed according to the university s. policy closed open with liberal leave open If the university is open with or without leave class. will be in session and your attendance or explanation for lack thereof is expected as usual. HONOR CODE, Any instance of academic dishonesty plagiarism cheating or falsification of data will result in a. grade of F on the assignment and depending on the severity will result in failure of the course and. academic sanction For more information on Georgetown University s Honor System go to. http gervaseprograms georgetown edu hc standards of conduct html. Date Topics and Readings Assignment,Week 1 Introduction and Course Goals. 1 9 First class meeting,Week 2 Conversational Style. 1 14 Gumperz The Conversational Analysis of Interethnic. Communication, 1 16 Tannen That s Not What I Meant Preface Ch 1 3.
Week 3 Turn Taking,1 21 NO CLASS MLK and Inauguration day. 1 23 Tannen New York Jewish Conversational Style FN 1. Wieland Turn Taking as a Source of Misunderstanding. Week 4 Framing,1 28 Tannen That s Not What I Meant Chapter 4 6. 1 30 Watanabe Cultural Differences in Framing FN 2. Week 5 Speech Acts Apologies and Politeness,2 4 Meyerhoff Sorry in the Pacific. 2 6 Beal Keeping the Peace Transcript,Week 6 Agonism. 2 11 Tannen What Other Ways Are There,Schiffrin Jewish Argument as Sociability.
2 13 Present Project 1 Project 1,Week 7 New Media as Cross Cultural Communication. 2 18 NO CLASS President s Day, 2 20 Gershon The Breakup 2 0 Introduction Ch 1 Ch 2 FN 3. Moore A long distance affair,Week 8 New Media as Cross Cultural Communication. 2 25 Baron Always On Ch 5 and 10,2 27 Crystal How Weird is Texting FN 4. SPRING BREAK March 4 8,Week 9 Gender as Cross Cultural Communication.
3 11 Tannen That s Not What I Meant Chapters 7 9, 3 13 Eckert and McConnell Ginet Think Practically and Look FN 5. Guest Speaker Anastasia Nylund,Week 10 Silence, 3 18 Scollon Silence in the metaphor of malfunction. Nwoye Eloquent silence among the Igbo,3 20 Present Project 2 Project 2. Week 11 Deafness as Cross Cultural Communication,3 25 Padden The Deaf community. Monaghan Signing,3 27 Rutherford Funny in Deaf FN 6.
Hall Train Gone Sorry,Film Sound and Fury, Week 12 Institutional Cross Cultural Communication. 4 1 NO CLASS Easter, 4 3 Davidson Interpreter as Institutional Gatekeeper FN 7. Eades Beyond Difference and Domination, Week 13 Cross Cultural Communication and Education. 4 10 NO CLASS Thanksgiving FN 8,Week 14 Language and Multiculturalism. 4 15 Bailey The language of multiple identities,Alim Hearing what is not said.
4 17 Agar Cultural Blends Final Project,Agar Cultural Signifieds Topic. Week 15 Language as Gateway to Culture,4 22 Fallows Dreaming in Chinese Chs 1 7. 4 24 Fallows Dreaming in Chinese Chs 8 14 FN 9,Week 16 Language and Identity. 4 29 Tan Mother Tongue FN 10,Course evaluations,Week 16 Finals. 5 6 Final projects due at 11 59 PM on Blackboard,LINGUISTICS 333 CROSS CULTURAL COMMUNICATION.
Spring 2013,Articles in order of assignment, Gumperz John J 1978 The Conversational Analysis of Interethnic Communication Interethnic. Communication ed by E Lamar Ross 13 31 Southern Anthropological Society. Proceedings No 12 Athens Ga University of Georgia Press. Tannen Deborah 2005 New York Jewish conversational style In S F Kiesling C Bratt Paulston. Eds Intercultural Discourse and Communication the Essential Readings Blackwell Malden. MA 110 134, Wieland Molly 1991 Turn taking structure as a source of misunderstanding in French American. cross cultural conversation Pragmatics and language learning 1991. Watanabe Suwako Cultural Differences in Framing American and Japanese Group Discussions. Framing in Discourse ed By Deborah Tannen 176 208 New York Oxford University Press. Meyerhoff Miriam Sorry in the Pacific Defining Communities Defining Practices Language in. Society 28 1999 225 238, Holmes Janet 2003 Narrative structure Some contrasts between Maori and Pakeha story telling. in Christina Bratt Paulston G Richard Tucker Eds Sociolinguistics The essential. readings Malden MA Blackwell, B al Christine 1994 Keeping the peace a cross cultural comparison of questions and requests in. Australian English and French Multilingua 13 35 58. Tannen Deborah What Other Ways Are There Listening to Other Cultures In The Argument. Culture 208 236 New York Ballantine 1998, Schiffrin Deborah 1984 Jewish argument as sociability Language in Society 13 311 355.
Gershon Ilana 2010 Fifty ways to leave your lover Media ideologies and idioms of practice The. breakup 2 0 Disconnecting over new media 16 49 Ithaca NY Cornell University Press. Gershon Ilana 2010 Email My Heart The structure of technology and heartache The breakup 2 0. Disconnecting over new media 16 49 Ithaca NY Cornell University Press. Moore Abigail 2011 A long distance affair New York Times January 7 2011. Crystal David 2008 How weird is texting txtng the gr8 db8 11 33. Oxford Oxford University Press, Eckert Penelope and Sally McConnell Ginet 1992 Think practically and look locally Annual Review. of Anthropology, Scollon Ron 1985 The machine stops Silence in the metaphor of malfunction Perspectives on. silence ed by Deborah Tannen Muriel Saville Troike 21 30 Norwood NJ Ablex. Nwoye Gregory 1985 Eloquent silence among the Igbo of Nigeria In D Tannen and M Saville. Troike ed Perspectives on silence Norwood NJ Ablex 185 191. Padden Carol 1989 The Deaf Community and the Culture of Deaf People In S Wilcox ed. American Deaf Culture An Anthology Burtonsville MD Linstok Press 1 16. Monaghan Leila 2007 Signing In L Monaghan and J E Goodman eds A Cultural Approach to. Interpersonal Communication Malden MA Blackwell 423 425. Rutherford Susan D 1989 Funny in Deaf Not in Hearing In S Wilcox ed American Deaf Culture. An Anthology Burtonsville MD Linstok Press 65 811, Hall Stephanie 1989 Train Gone Sorry The Etiquette of Social Conversations in American Sign. Language In S Wilcox ed American Deaf Culture An Anthology Burtonsville MD Linstok. Press 89 102, Davidson Brad The Interpreter as Institutional Gatekeeper The Social Linguistic Role of. Interpreters in Spanish English Medical Discourse Journal of Sociolinguistics. 4 2000 3 379 405, Eades Diana Beyond Difference and Domination Intercultural Communication in Legal.
Contexts Intercultural Discourse and Communication ed by Scott F Kiesling and Christina. Bratt Paulston 304 316 Malden MA and Oxford Blackwell 2005. Bailey Benjamin The Language of Multiple Identities among Dominican Americans Journal of. Linguistic Anthropology 10 2 190 22, Alim Samy 2005 In S F Kiesling C Bratt Paulston Eds Intercultural Discourse and Communication. the Essential Readings Blackwell Malden MA, Agar Michael 1994 Culture blends Language shock Understanding the culture of conversation. 13 30 New York Morrow, Agar Michael 1994 Cultural signifieds Language shock Understanding the culture of. conversation 61 72 New York Morrow, Tan Amy Mother Tongue Threepenny Review Rpt The Longwood Reader ed. by Edward A Dornan and Charles W Dawe 234 240 Boston Allyn and. Dreaming in Chinese Mandarin Lessons in Life Love and Language Articles to be posted on Blackboard Recommended text Kiesling Scott ed 2005 Intercultural Discourse and Communication Books are available at GU Bookstore or students may order them online or as e books edition is not important

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