9780881336948

The Invisible Culture: Communication in Classroom and Community on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation

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  • ISBN13:

    9780881336948

  • ISBN10:

    0881336947

  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1992-09-01
  • Publisher: Waveland Pr Inc

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1993 xi
Part I Introduction 1(20)
1 Verbal and Nonverbal Communication in the Socialization of Children
3(10)
An Anthropological Approach to Language Socialization
3(1)
The Relation Between Verbal and Nonverbal Behavior in Human Communication
4(3)
The Behavioral Means for Securing and Conveying Attention
7(4)
The Plan of the Book
11(2)
2 Research Methodology
13(8)
The Purpose of the Study
13(1)
Participant Observation
14(2)
Classroom Research: Four Classrooms
16(3)
Community Research
19(2)
Part II Communication in the Warm Springs Indian Community 21(50)
3 The Warm Springs Indian Reservation
23(16)
The Reservation as a Political and Social Unit
23(5)
Warm Springs as a Plateau Reservation
28(3)
The Internal Organization of the Reservation
31(3)
Local Indian-Anglo Relations
34(5)
4 The Use of the Auditory and Visual Channels of Communication among Warm Springs Indians
39(32)
Introduction
39(6)
The Attention Structure of Warm Springs Interaction
45(13)
Regulation of Speaker Change
58(4)
5 Visual and Auditory Socialization
62(9)
The Learning Environment
62(4)
Social Control of Warm Springs Children
66(5)
Part III Communication in the Classroom 71(65)
6 Getting the Floor in the Classroom
73(22)
Introduction
73(1)
The Official Structure of Classroom Interaction
74(16)
The Student Infrastructure
90(2)
Learning How to Get the Floor in the Classroom
92(3)
7 A Comparison of Indian and Anglo Communicative Behavior in Classroom Interaction
95(31)
Evidence of Indian Noncomprehension in the Classroom
95(5)
Paying Attention in the Classroom
100(8)
Getting the Floor in the Classroom
108(18)
8 Conclusion
126(10)
Recapitulation
126(4)
Practical Implications
130(4)
Agents of Change
134(2)
References 136(3)
Appendix A Transcription Notational Devices 139(2)
Index 141

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