power terminology

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influencial power
power used to persuade others e.g. politics,media,adverts
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instrumental power
power used by individuals and groups to maintain and enforce authority e.g. police, law, education
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ideology
a set of belief systems, attitudes or a world view held by an individual or group
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epistemic modality
contraints that express degrees of possibility, probability or uncertainty e.g shall/will
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deontic modality
constructions that suggest degrees of necessity and obligation e.g. may/must
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initiating a conversation
a way of taking the lead and establishing a topic
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holding the floor
when a speaker dominates and doesnt allow other speakers to take a turn.
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unresponsiveness
minimal resonses or back channelling, showing a listener is doing the bare minimum to keep the convo going.
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closing down a convo
showing disinterest and resisting control e.g. "well it was nice to see you".
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power asymmetry
a marked difference in the power status of individuals involved.
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constraints
ways in which powerful participants may block or control the contributions of less powerful speakers.
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formulation
the rewarding of anothers contribution by a powerful participant to impose a certain meaning or uderstanding.
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positive face
an individuals need to feel valued, liked and appreciated.
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negative face
an individuals need to not feel imposed upon or have their freedom of action threatened.
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synonymy
lexical items that have equivilant meanings.
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antonymy
words with opposite meanings.
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hyponymy
a hierarchial structure existing between lexical items, moving down the chain leads to a mre specific term.
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jargon
specialist vocabularly used in paticular fields of activity, particularly occupations.
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legalese
the legal profession's occupational dialect.
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Erving Goffman
face- one's self esteem, face threatening acts.
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power used by individuals and groups to maintain and enforce authority e.g. police, law, education

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instrumental power

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a set of belief systems, attitudes or a world view held by an individual or group

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contraints that express degrees of possibility, probability or uncertainty e.g shall/will

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constructions that suggest degrees of necessity and obligation e.g. may/must

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