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Beale 1 Jonathan Beale Professor Joni Hannigan Com 113 1 August 2016 Non-inclusive Language Inclusive language as defined by Clella Iles Jaffe in the book Public Speaking, “is ethical terminology that affirms and includes, rather than excludes, persons or groups of people” (209). That being said, Non-inclusive language would include all the language that is defined in Jaffe’s book: racist language, ageist language, sexist language, and dismissive language (209). Racist language is language that privileges one racial or ethnic group over another (209). An example of that would be the speeches that have been coming from the new group of Black Lives matter. There speeches have been against police officers who are trying to do their jobs and have been put in bad spots where they had to make the decision to do something drastic to protect themselves. Ageist language is language that negatively influences the way listeners think about older people (209). In the text, it can be understood that even phrases that the younger age is the
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