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Communication Essay

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This essay is for the communication unit that year 12's do, it contains major theorists and descriptions of them. I received 80% for this in class essay.

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Culture Language Linguistics Languages of the United States Cognitive science Generative linguistics Human communication Sociolinguistics Conversation Grammaticality African American Vernacular English English language
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Culture Language Linguistics Languages of the United States Cognitive science Generative linguistics Human communication Sociolinguistics Conversation Grammaticality African American Vernacular English English language
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Both communication and language are important for proper development of a child to function properly in society. A. Bernstein (1971) was an early researcher that showed an interest in the relationship between language style and social class. He claimed that working- class and middle classes used different kinds of language codes. Restricted code was used by working-class people’s conversation. They relied on preserving traditional roles and ways of interacting. They used short, simple sentences with majority of information conveyed non-verbally, most of their conversations only make sense if the context is known. In conversation few descriptive words are used, commands are frequently used to gain compliance, the ‘here and now’ is stressed and abstract idea...
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