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Social Pertext And Social Context Effects Of Rap Music

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Free Write: Page 22 There are many factor that will influence the composing process and help the writer to Finalize the final writes. Social context effects in what we write to say for example: Is it Warm to you. If one student in a classroom is saying this to another it may well mean Is it warmer than usual in this classroom? If said to a stranger on the street it may refer To actual temperature. The history behind, the audience and culture are the factor for Writer while he/she is going to address someone, perhaps this will affect the way we Express our thought on paper. So persona, genre, audience and purpose of writing are Influenced by social context. Free Write: Pages 42 By reading the text and doing some research about Katrina disaster, I found out It was the deadliest and costliest natural disaster of all time in US history. What I Found out about government reaction is the reason of this poem. I would say it was a Mismanagement and lack of preparation in the relief effort in response to Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. It think rap music is the type of music often deals with the Hardships of inner-city life, musicians sing about a wide range of events and themes. They often express their political and social views, and they may discuss their own lives Or even write love songs. So by having a background of Rap music I could guess the Meaning of Dollar day text before I read the whole text. Questions Page: 78 1- Answer: 1- At night I would sit on the porch with my grandfather, Drink milk with ice, eat sardine, and listen to his stories. 2- I spent my days in small rooms with white cinderblock walls and harsh white tile floor. 3- By colorful, I do not mean profane, but language satu... ... middle of paper ... ...ldiers inspecting normal people but here the girl searching for something in soldiers body and it represents how curious are the normal people about what’s going on behind soldiers face(what is inside/behind the scene). The image encoded by the artist based on his/her mental situation or external circumstances and it would be decoded by the viewer and every person has his own interpretation about the facts behind the Graffiti. Q5. The purpose of the first one was to show all the soldiers are also normal human being and without their gun they are same as other people but because of the army and their responsibilities they are supposed to act as a different person despite of their human being nature and the audience for it, may be soldiers or general public. Second one shows the paradox between people's thoughts to cover their head but dance and show off other parts.

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that a writer's intention to address someone may affect the way we think about writing.
  • Opines that rap music is the type of music that deals with katrina and its aftermath.
  • Describes how they would sit on the porch with their grandfather, drink milk with ice, eat sardine, and listen to his stories.
  • Describes how they spent their days in small rooms with white cinderblock walls and harsh white tile floor.
  • Opines that colorful language is saturated with southern and appalachian dialect typical of a small, mostly uneducated, town in the arm pit off the state.
  • Describes how their summers spent on the york river allowed them to explore the habitats of mallard ducks, canadian geese, fiddler, crabs and rock fish.
  • Analyzes how mr. obama uses the word ‘us’ to signify how we are all in this together as citizens.
  • Opines that the effectiveness strategy by mr. obama to use simple pattern is important for the american president.
  • Explains that mr. obama had to overcome enormous pressure and deliver an effective speech. he was calm, and spoke slowly to audience.
  • Opines that mr. obama used historical, religious, and political references to signify his speech and his was successful. he captured the audience with confidence in his rhetoric to relay his symbols of ‘we’ and ‘us’.
  • Analyzes how mr. obama uses the word ‘us’ to signify how we are all in this together as citizens.
  • Opines that the effectiveness strategy by mr. obama to use simple pattern is important for the american president.
  • Explains that africanized english is characterized by pronunciation, syntactic structure, and vocabulary associated with and used by some north american black people.
  • Describes the two dimensions of aal: "black english language and style" and "africa would if africa could, america could
  • Explains that the push-pull syndrome of black americans is the idea that black people accept white american english, but then alternately reject it.
  • Explains that oral history is a field of study and method of gathering, preserving and interpreting the voices and memories of people, communities, and participants in past events.
  • Explains that oral history is not reliable and accurate all the time, because people tend to forget and their memories might be poor.
  • Explains that folklorists study, document, and seek to understand a large number and wide variety of traditional cultural expressions that can very broadly be characterized as oral traditions. oral history is the study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life.
  • Explains that social context influences the composing process and helps the writer to finalize the final writes.
  • Explains that it was the deadliest and costliest natural disaster of all time in us history. what i found out about government reaction is the reason of this poem.
  • Explains that rappers often express their political and social views, discuss their own lives, or write love songs.
  • Opines that describing our experiences in formal common language style and providing more examples to illustrate the concept of our writing may help to write about our literacy.
  • Evaluates how mr. obama delivered an effective speech, using historical, religious, and political references. he captured the audience with confidence in his rhetoric to relay his symbols of ‘we’ and ‘us’.
  • Analyzes how hopper's paintings focus on geometrical design and the careful placement of human figures in proper balance with their environment.
  • Analyzes how gopi's essay fulfills the expectations of the genre and how she describes the american immigrant condition with the help of well-collected pictures.
  • Explains that convergent thinking is a mode of critical thinking in which one attempts to reduce complexity through analysis and synthesis. divergent thinkers generate unique, creative responses to problems.
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