How Black and White Styles of Communication Differ .


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A Brief History of English (1). 1) The British colonized North AmericaThey brought the English dialect and its traditions and settled the first 13 states along America\'s Eastern Coast.2) The separations between the provinces made sub-vernaculars that are still heard today New York versus Boston versus Appalachian
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Altered for US-1 from a unique introduction by Dr. Alan D. Desantis, University of Kentucky. www.uky.edu/~addesa01/reports/BlackLanguage101.ppt How Black and White Styles of Communication Differ ????? ??????

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A Brief History of English (1) 1) The British colonized North America They brought the English dialect and its traditions and settled the first 13 states along America\'s Eastern Coast. 2) The separations between the states made sub-vernaculars that are still heard today New York versus Boston versus Appalachian "talk" Cf. the American Tongues tape Differences in emphasize, pace, vocabulary, and so forth. 3) One of the most unmistakable U.S. vernaculars is Black English

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A Brief History of English (2) 4) Over time, Black English built up its own particular vocabulary, articulation, syntactic guidelines, nonverbal signs, dress, walk, and unmistakable discourse culture. 5) American vernaculars have distinctive status Since political and monetary power was focused in the Northeast, the way those individuals talked got to be "Standard" English

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A Brief History of English (3) 6) The Problem : Those who talked contrastingly were slandered by the larger part speakers. In this manner the Southern, Appalachian and Black lingos, among others, were thought to be "awful" English. 7) Most individuals know minimal about the Black Dialect, which is otherwise called Black English, Ebonics, AAVE and BEV, among others.

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Communication Differences 1) BE is Different from SAE Black English has its own particular principles for 1) articulation (hatchet [ask], spoze), 2) vocabulary , 3) punctuation , 4) emphasize , and 5) language structure ("are = be") BE is not an adulterated rendition of SAE; it is its own particular etymological frame with its own guidelines of "suitability." However, non-blacks regularly view BE as being uneducated and foul, and once in a while notwithstanding debilitating. There is visit misconception, even clash, when BE and SAE speakers don\'t comprehend their diverse methods of talking and acting.

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Communication Differences 2) Call and Response Communication Traced back to Africa The dark church, jazz, films, clubs, talk Cf. the Apollo theater in Harlem, dark houses of worship (profoundly intelligent), move floor droning, interpersonal trades (covering) Blacks consider SAE to be uninvolved and evacuated Whites see BE as uproarious, forceful and rude

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Communication Differences 3) BE Reflects a Personal "Style" A) BE speakers crave an individual style vehicles (customized), sports festivity (Ali to Deon), dress, names (Tashaun versus Sway), dress modes B) The style separates BE speakers from the discourse and conduct standards of white culture Whites see BE as flaunting, presumptuousness, not being a cooperative person (cf. Eddie Murphy\'s Axel Foley, and so forth.) Blacks see SAE conduct as exhausting and copy-cat

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Communication Differences 4) BE Differs From SAE Emotionally Blacks are more vivified and expressive Anger & bliss are transparently communicated For whites, being balanced intends to be quiet and calm White culture isolates brain and feeling, and covers one\'s actual sentiments Whites see energized dark conduct as less sound, grungy and immature Blacks respect white "sanity" as frosty, impartial, and dispassionate

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Communication Differences 5) The Importance of Rhythm in BEV "Mood/groove pervades everything" Walking, moving, venerating, Black stride appears, walking groups, cheerleading Gospel, blues, R&B, jazz, shake, and rap all got from just 12% of the U.S. populace Research demonstrates that "dark talk" is more musical and syncopated than white talk (there is a section) Whites sense BE discourse to be "out of match up" Blacks sense SAE discourse to be "out of adjust"

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Communication Differences 6) BE vocabulary is more dynamic White vocabulary is more steady after some time Black dialect is more dynamic Why? BE dialect delineates individual style Whites suitable BE, and subsequently drive BE to continue changing keeping in mind the end goal to stay more "individualistic" BE dialect is fun, not only a device

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Communication Differences 7) BE Nonverbal Cues Are Different Proxemics — Closer space Eye Contact — Reversed Greater while talking, less while listening Gestures — Greater utilization of body Handshakes, body development, walk, and so forth... Touch — Higher touch culture (with each other) Volume of Speech — Loud = Honest Whites sense BE as excessively enthusiastic and youngster like Blacks sense SAE as icy, inaccessible and non-feeling

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