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Journal18 - Hate language In her speec h Mari J Matsuda...

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1 Hate language In her speech, Mari J. Matsuda tried to take her position that colleges should attempt to regulate students’ speech in order to prevent assaultive or hateful speech on campus. Some students use such language to abuse other students who either belong to the minority, some skin color group or some religious group. In her speech she gave some examples of such hate language also. She only talked about the harassment such people get from the other people. She doesn’t talk about the protection suc h people have against those abusive people. People can protect themselves by various sources. They have university, police, or the local groups who fight against such things. People themselves can make some kind of a small group and work together on issues such as someone being assaulted or abused. Sometimes when only an individual opposes, no one considers it so the group always helps. With the group, different people have different ideas about how to fight against such hate language. They can go to the university authority also and ask for the protection.
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