In orality, the experience pertinent to the word is shared in its entirety.
Within the broader Chinese culture, every effort was made to preserve characteristics of orality.
After the phase of orality, writing served both of them equally.
orality can be assertive (declarative), interrogative, and imperative (a great deal more so than writing).
Regardless of the degree of complexity, the interactive component of orality cannot be maintained in writing.
This influence increases when orality is progressively superseded by the limited literacy of writing and reading.
orality is associated with fixed frames of existence and practical life.
It is in the tradition of orality that fathers whispered to their sons the secret of places where truffles could be found.
The change from orality to the practical experience of written language affected many aspects of human interaction.
In orality, things people refer to are closer to the words they use.
orality o·ral·i·ty (ôr-āl'ĭ-tē)
The psychic organization derived from and characteristic of the oral stage of psychosexual development.