English Language Context mindmap

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  • Created on: 27-03-16 18:21
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  • Context
    • Spoken
      • Politeness
        • Robin Lakoff
          • Don't impose of distance
            • Social distance - depends on age, family relation, occupation
          • Give option (deference)
            • Give options that they can either refuse or accept (indirect)
          • Make the audience feel good (camaraderie)
            • Emphasises closeness between people, friendliness eg. 'do I look big in this?' 'no it suits you'
      • Purpose of talk
        • Interactional
          • To interact and keep social relations
        • Transactional
          • Trying to get to an end goal
        • Implicature
          • The outward language doesn't match it's implied meaning
        • Expressive
          • Giving a personal view
        • Context
          • Spoken
            • Politeness
              • Robin Lakoff
                • Don't impose of distance
                  • Social distance - depends on age, family relation, occupation
                • Give option (deference)
                  • Give options that they can either refuse or accept (indirect)
                • Make the audience feel good (camaraderie)
                  • Emphasises closeness between people, friendliness eg. 'do I look big in this?' 'no it suits you'
            • Purpose of talk
              • Interactional
                • To interact and keep social relations
              • Transactional
                • Trying to get to an end goal
              • Implicature
                • The outward language doesn't match it's implied meaning
              • Expressive
                • Giving a personal view
              • Referential
          • Written
            • Discourse
              • List or instructions
                • Logical progression through stages
              • Problem - solution
                • Identifies a problem
              • Analysis
                • Evaluates and explores
              • Narrative
                • Series of events
            • Formality
              • Formal language features
                • Correct grammar
                • Ordered syntax
                • Complex sentences
                • Sophisticated language
              • Informal language features
                • Colloquial language
                • Unnecessary punctuation
                • Contractions
                • Simple sentences
                • More personal pronouns
                • Less sophisticated language
                • Onomatopoeia
            • Context
              • Context of production
                • The situation in which a text is produced and the factors that may influence its writing
              • Actual reader
                • The actual reader of the text
              • Context of reception
                • The situation in which a text is read and the factors that may influence a reader's interpretation
              • Implied reader
                • The kind of reader a text producer has in mind when writing
        • Referential
    • Written
      • Discourse
        • List or instructions
          • Logical progression through stages
        • Problem - solution
          • Identifies a problem
        • Analysis
          • Evaluates and explores
        • Narrative
          • Series of events
      • Formality
        • Formal language features
          • Correct grammar
          • Ordered syntax
          • Complex sentences
          • Sophisticated language
        • Informal language features
          • Colloquial language
          • Unnecessary punctuation
          • Contractions
          • Simple sentences
          • More personal pronouns
          • Less sophisticated language
          • Onomatopoeia
      • Context
        • Context of production
          • The situation in which a text is produced and the factors that may influence its writing
        • Actual reader
          • The actual reader of the text
        • Context of reception
          • The situation in which a text is read and the factors that may influence a reader's interpretation
        • Implied reader
          • The kind of reader a text producer has in mind when writing

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