Discourse or discourse?? - Mike Seweryn, Connor Kosowski, Joe Pionke

Discourse or discourse?? - Mike Seweryn, Connor Kosowski, Joe Pionke
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  •  2. Bad, I got in trouble for using 'inappropriate discourse'
  • 3. Big D or little d 'discourse'?
  • 1. How was your day, Connor?
  • 1. I don't know..
  • 3. Yes, actually. For once, I have something logical to say.
  • 2. There's a difference?
  • 1. Thats a first, Mike
  • 2. Wait, so whats the dif?
  • 3. Well, discourse with a little d is basically how we speak to each other each and every day, like talking or writting.
  • comeon the bells gonna ring, lets go
  • 1. But what about the other discourse?.. the big D.
  • 2. To James Gee, that Discourse is dependant on your surroundings and is shown in your dress, talk, and even body language.
  • 2. basically, that means he belives that people who know more about a certain topic are trusted more, for example, you'd probably trust your doctor more than your grandma for medical advice.
  • 1. According to Michele Foucault, his discourse theory is concerned with human language, but through the question of power. 
  • 1. Ok, but why does this relate to me? or even anything?
  • 2. Well, how you speak,who you hang out with, and where you go all influence your discourse, and for example, its a part of history because  each historian has their own discourse when they write
  • 3. Thanks mike, this'll definetly help me later in life...
  • 5. Joe, there is no spoon, do you learn nothing?
  • 4. Is that a spoon on the floor?
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