adrianaa: If you also consider the audience then you’ll be operating at another level of interaction in which the camera/scripwriter will also have to be included. I think it’s safer to only consider Rex, Bree and the other player.
You should have made the message more explicit, i.e. what they talked about, etc.
What do you mean that “It is seizable by the addressees and verbal”?
The speech acts between addresser and addressee is possible since they share the same physical channel, i.e. they are standing on the same golf course and there is nothing there that may hinder the sound waves to reach each other’s ears.
And yes, the other player is also an addresser. Non-verbal communication is achieved through the use of gestures.
JULIETAF: The caddie/other player is also an addresser.
As to the context you should also consider spatio-temporal factors.
The message was about?
See adrianaa’s contact
ARIANAR: You forgot to include spatio-temporal elements in the context.
VALERIAF: Sometimes you confuse context with message. Also note that the context includes spatio-temporal factors, i.e. where they are, when the speech events took place (morning, evening?). You should maybe revise what you consider a “verbalized version” of the context.
Vtrinidad: The other player is also an addresser, he uses body language to give a reply (check javiers’s answer in this sense). Your description of the context is a bit restricted.
javiers: some context description missing. Your views on how to change the perspective of the analysis are quite right. As to your views on Jakobson, I think he played quite safely when using concepts such as context and/or contact. Whatever you think of as “interactions usually more complex” may easily be subsumed under these factors.
virginial: good on the whole, read comments above for a more comprehensive analysis of the context.
As to the inclusion of gestures and the like will be retheorizing Jakobson. Our point at this stage is to see how we can apply Jakobson’s views to this sample. Beyond that, yes, you might be right somehow. Gestures are non-linguistic features and as such may be addressed by different factors, even the contact might be related to them.
micaelag: good on the whole.
Florenciaonti: your analysis of the context is incomplete (see previous comments). Constitutive factors.
Beleni: you should have included temporal aspects in the context.
gustavop: good on the whole. I think I’ve already answered your queries before. You’re right about Rex and the other player/caddie.
Marianelab: you forgot to include the other player as addresser/addressee. When you say that the audience can be included the analysis will be somewhat different, i.e. taking place at another level. The context framework is incomplete.
elianaa: your analysis is a bit restricted. For instance, you forget to include the other player as interlocutor and also you should have discussed some factors further, such as the context for example.
ALL: Good work!
WHAT ABOUT THE REST OF THE CLASS????