Language As Speech Acts (JL Austin and John Searle)

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Language As Speech Acts (JL Austin and John Searle) by Mind Map: Language As Speech Acts (JL Austin and John Searle)

1. Guidelines

1.1. Anything goes!

1.2. No criticism or flaming allowed

1.3. The Wilder The Better

1.4. Quantity is Quality

1.5. Set a Time Limit

2. Speech Acts

2.1. Declarations

2.1.1. Attempts to change the world

2.2. Representatives

2.2.1. Speaker's belief/ non-belief

2.3. Expressives

2.3.1. Feelings

2.4. Directives

2.4.1. To make someone do something for them

3. Meaning

3.1. linguistic meaning

3.2. speaker meaning

4. Utterance

4.1. locutionary act

4.1.1. (act of producing)

4.2. illocutionary act

4.2.1. (act of doing)

4.3. perlocutionary act

4.3.1. (effect on the person)

5. Language as Performance

5.1. insist

5.2. report

5.3. disclose

5.4. request

5.5. order, etc.

5.6. etc.