Face, gender theories and power

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politeness: claiming common ground and liking
positive
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politeness: creates distance and shows respects
negative
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Goffman's theory: use these to present status or expression
face
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Goffman's theory: adaptation of self presentation to suit conversational needs
footing
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power: use of authority to present lead the reader
instumental
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power: use of media and public perspection to lead the reader
influential
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power: based on a single person's superior status or gender difference
individual
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Theorist: men make 96% of interuptions
Zimmerman and West
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Theorist: Came up with the deficit model
Jesperson
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theorist: Suggests an inferior register spoken by women
Lackoff
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Theorist: Men and women use language different because of the way they are socialised
Tannen
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politeness: creates distance and shows respects

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Goffman's theory: use these to present status or expression

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Goffman's theory: adaptation of self presentation to suit conversational needs

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power: use of authority to present lead the reader

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