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The Ethnography of Communication

An Introduction (Language in Society)

by Muriel Saville-Troike

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Published by Blackwell Publishing Limited .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages336
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Open LibraryOL7610579M
ISBN 10063122842X
ISBN 109780631228424

"This third edition of The Ethnography of Communication is a real treasure. For someone new to linguistic anthropology in general, or to the ethnography of communication in particular, it provides a thorough and accessible introduction to the basic contents and concepts, vocabulary, methodologies and theories of contemporary research in the intertwined topics of language Price: $ The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used and how its use varies in different cultures.. Presents the essential terms and concepts introduced and developed by Dell Hymes and others and surveys the most important findings and applications of their work.

Abstract. The ethnography of communication is an approach to language research which has its origin in the development of a view in anthropology that culture to a large extent is expressed through language and of the view in linguistics that language is a system of cultural behaviors (Hymes, ; Geertz, ; Hymes, ).Cited by: 8.   A View of Communication and Culture: Scenes in an Ethnic Cultural Center and a Private College. In B. Kovacic (ed.), Emerging Theories of Human Communication (pp. ), Albany: State University of New York Press. Carbaugh, D. and Hastings, S. (). A role for communication theory in ethnography and cultural analysis.

  The ethnography of communication 1. The Ethnography of Communication (EC) 2. The Ethnography of communication is the a method of discourse analysis in linguistics, which draws on the anthropological field of ethnography. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) The Ethnography of Communication (EC) 3. The ethnography of communication (EOC), originated by linguistic anthropologist Dell Hymes, is a field of study fundamentally concerned with the idea that culture and communication are inseparably intertwined.


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The Ethnography of Communication explores how and why language is used, and how its use varies in different cultures. In this now standard introduction to the subject, Muriel Saville-Troike presents the essential terms and concepts introduced and developed by Dell Hymes and others, and surveys the most important findings and applications of their by:   The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used and how its use varies in different cultures.

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Methods for the Ethnography of Communication is a guide to conducting ethnographic research in classroom and community settings that introduces students to the field of ethnography of communication, and takes them through the recursive and nonlinear cycle of ethnographic research.

The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used and how its use varies in different cultures.

The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used 3/5(2). Directions in Sociolinguistics: The Ethnography of Communication John Gumperz (Editor), Dell Hymes (Editor) ISBN: January Wiley-Blackwell Pages.

The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used and how its use varies in different cultures.

Presents the essential terms and concepts introduced and developed by Dell Hymes and others and surveys the most important findings and applications of their work. The ethnography of speaking or the ethnography of communication, as it was later referred to, is concerned with the questions of what a person knows about appropriate patterns of language use in his or her community and how he or she learns about by: 8.

The ethnography of communication is an approach, a perspectiv e, and a method to and in the study of culturally distinctive means and meanings of communication Author: Donal Carbaugh.

orientation, the ethnography of communication has become an emergent discipline, addressing a largely new order of information in the structuring of communicative behavior and its role in the conduct of social life. As with any science, the ethnography of communication has two foci: particularistic and Size: KB.

The ethnography of communication was initially proposed as a program of research in by Dell Hymes. Since then it has developed into a comprehensive philosophy, theory, and methodology for systematically investigating communication practice.

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The ethnography of communication is an approach to language research which has its origin in the development of a view in anthropology that culture to a.

The ethnography of communication (EOC), originally called the ethnography of speaking, is the analysis of communication within the wider context of the social and cultural practices and beliefs of the members of a particular culture or speech community.

The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used and how its use varies in different cultures. Presents the essential terms and concepts introduced and developed by Dell Hymes and others and surveys the most important findings and applications of their work.

Draws on Author: Muriel Saville-Troike. The Ethnography of Communication [Page ] In the s Dell Hymes, John Gumperz and their students launched an innovative program for researching language called the ethnography of speaking, later broadened to the ethnography of communication (see.

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Find books. The plurality of human society is a theme which emerges constantly in the work on the ethnography of communication. One of the functions of the persistent reference would seem to be to emphasise that values, world view, vary by culture, and Author: Glyn Williams.

The Ethnography of Communication explores how and why language is used, and how its use varies in different cultures. In this now standard introduction to the subject, Muriel Saville-Troike presents the essential terms and concepts introduced and developed by Dell Hymes and others, and surveys the most important findings and applications of their work/5(26).

The Ethnography of Communication presents the terms and concepts which are essential for discussing how and why language is used and how its use varies in different cultures.

Presents the essential terms and concepts introduced and developed by Dell Hymes Author: Muriel Saville-Troike.Directions in sociolinguistics: the ethnography of communication John Joseph Gumperz, Dell H. Hymes Holt, Rinehart and Winston, - Language Arts & Disciplines - pages.Components of Communication.

Relationship among Components. Elicitation within a Frame. Analysis of Interaction. Sample Analyses of Communicative Events. Further Illustrations of Ethnographic Analysis.