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Summary ASTU150 14B Name: Qianwen(Candice) Zhang Stu no:37380094 In “The potential complexity of ‘universal ownership’: Cultural property, texual circulation, and linguistic fieldwork” Erin Debenport discusses the relationship between universal ownership and cultual property by following Hill’s investigation of the dominant rhetorical strategies in sustained linguistic fieldwork at San Antonio Pueblo, New Mexico. “Universal ownership”, identified by Hill as all humankind could share cultural property together, tends to arouse serious ethcial issues. Under the economic and educational pressure to speak a dominant language and compulsive linguistic and religious assimilation, the indegenous language is being replaced gradually by English. For protecting the cultural property, indigenous people are forced to learn native languages. On the other hand, it is difficult for Pueblo people to make a distinction between formal use of the language and its everyday functions. Hill analyses that threatens of “universal ownership”,like inappropriate use of
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