Communication matters. / Course two, "That's not what I by Deborah Tannen

By Deborah Tannen

During this path, Georgetown collage linguistics professor Deborah Tannen addresses many of the features and implications of conversational style.

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Scotton, Carol Meyers. 199-211, 1988. Shultz, Jeffrey, Susan Florio, and Frederick Erickson. “Where’s the Floor? ” Ethnography and Education: Children In and Out of School. Eds. Perry Gilmore and Alan Glatthorn. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics, pp. 88-123. Rpt. Ablex, 1982. Sommers, Elizabeth, and Sandra Lawrence. ” Linguistics and Education, 4:1-36, 1992. Suprapto, Siti A. D. dissertation, Georgetown University, 1983. 59 REFERENCES Tannen, Deborah. Conversational Style: Analyzing Talk Among Friends.

Can you think of an example where the use of opposition in conversation led to successful or unsuccessful interaction? 2. Can you think of an example where someone’s use of—or avoidance of— opposition differed from yours? Suggested Reading Tannen, Deborah. Chapters 1 and 6. The Argument Culture: Stopping America’s War of Words. New York: Ballantine Books, 1998. Books and Articles of Interest Byrnes, Heidi. 189-206, 1986. Corsaro, William, and Thomas Rizzo. ” Conflict Talk. Ed. Allen Grimshaw, pp.

Being aware of style differences can help teachers better serve the students entrusted to them. 46 FOR GREATER UNDERSTANDING Questions and Essays 1. How do ethnic-, class-, and gender-based communication styles affect classroom interaction? 2. Return to the experiences you recalled at the start of this lecture. Could conversational style have played a role? Books and Articles of Interest Gumperz, John J. Discourse Strategies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982. , and Deborah Tannen. ” Individual Differences in Language Ability and Language Behavior.

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