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EDUC 645 - Sociolinquistics The Crosscultural Study

Units: 3
Examines the nature of crosscultural communication, interaction, and talk, as occurring in explicit and implicit ways. Communication, interaction, and talk will be investigated as they occur in community (macro) and classroom (micro) contexts (e.g., a lesson, an exchange between a teacher and a student, a student and a student). Focuses on the theory and approach to the collection of sociolinguistic data, transcribing, describing and critical analyses, across cultures. Students will explore the crosscultural study of interaction, communication, and talk in a variety of cultural and/or linguistic contexts, including African- American, Latino, American Indian, Anglo/Mainstream, working class Anglo, Hawaiian, to name a few. Prerequisite: Consent of Program Coordinator.



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