Outline of Baumman - Outline of Baumman After brief...

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Outline of Baumman After brief introduction (outlines what he is going to talk about, begins with orientation) Orientation Much more then “we are good, they are bad” Categories Is binary however “othering” also bad for “us”. Segmentation How groups align Makes reference to Sudanese tribes Encompassment Different groups are encompassed by larger picture Example: South Asians called “blacks” because they were a racial minority At the base of everything, really just one of “us” Whole point of these grammars is to “distinguish and systematize three different ways of performing selfings and otherings” Then: using different grammars for different scenarios in order to perform selfing and othering: Politics and Religion Examples: 1. Segmentation of West Germany and East Germany 2. Orientation between West and East Germans 3. Segmentation of people in Europe a. Instead of up to England to decide who is a citizen, up to “Cardiff to see who is Welsh” 4. Orientation in Religion a. Catholics vs. Protestants 5. Segmentary grammar a.
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