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Chapter 3

QuestionAnswer
Descriptive Linguistics
Synchronic
Diachronic
Utterance
Parole
Langue
Phonology l
Phoneme l
Phonetics l
Word SOUND + SOUND = word
Sapir-Wharf Hypothesis -Culture & Thought patterns influenced Language -can only Think about what is described in your Language
Socio-Linguistics the study of Communication is SOCIAL CONTEXTS
Speech Community a group of people w/ similar SPEECH VOCABULARY/Speech Norms
Register vocabulary CODES/MEANINGS w/in certain groups, SPECIFIC to that group
Diglossia Mastering MORE THAN ONE Social Code
Heteroglossia Mastering MULTIPLE Social Codes
Subversive OPPOSED to the established order - subtle non-conformity
Deep Structure the way deep MEANING gets translated into Utterances
Surface Structure reflect social/cultural REGULARITIES & DIFFERENCES
Created by: kristel.387