Language, Gender, and Conversation.

Language, Gender, and Conversation.Answer the 4 questions below in a detailed manner.
1. The English language evolves. Some scholars think we are in the middle of a new evolution, where text and instant messaging lingo and spelling will be widely accepted and the rules we learned in school will be passe’. What do you think? Explain your response in a paragraph or two.
2. After viewing the video of “Gender-Specific Language Rituals” which can be found here, what status and connection differences among males and females does Dr. Deborah Tannen reveal her video “Gender-Specific Language Rituals”? Have you observed these rituals in children and/or adults? What about your own communication? Explain your answer.
3. After viewing the video entitled “”That’s Not What I Meant! Signals, Devices, and Rituals”, which can be found here, provide a detailed summary of Dr. Tannen’s video entitled “That’s Not What I Meant! Signals, Devices, and Rituals”. In your summary be sure to address the following questions: What conversational signals, devices and rituals does Tannen address? What are the influences on conversational style (include the big five)?
4. Explain the difference between rapport and report talk as revealed the in video entitled “Men and Women Talking Together” which can be found here video is a little dated, but the differences are still widely acknowledged today.

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