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Speech Codes

Comm Theory - Speech Codes

ethnography the work of a naturalist who watches, listens, and records communicative conduct in its natural setting in order to understand a culture's concept web of meanings
speech code a historically enacted, socially constructed system of terms, meanings, premises, and rules pertaining to communicative conduct
rhetoric both the discovery of truth and persuasive appeal
honor a code that grants worth to an individual on the basis of adherence to community values
dignity the worth an individual has by virtue of being a human being
totemizing ritual a careful performance of a structured sequence of actions that pays homage to a sacred object
performance ethnography a research methodology committed to performance as both the subject and method of research, to researchers' work being performance, and to reports of field-work being actable
Created by: moogoogaiboo