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2011.01.28

2011.01.28 - Becoming a person Becoming a subject...

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COGN 20 Friday 28 January 2011
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Essay #2 Three Sections: Description Analysis Critique
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The Psyche (Sigmund Freud) Conscious Unconscious Preconscious
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Gloria Anzaldúa: Language, Power, and Identity “Language is a homeland [that people] connect their identities to, [and that is] capable of communicating realities and values” “There is no one Chicano/a language just as there is no one Chicano/a experience” “For a language to be alive, it must be used” “Chicano/as and other people of color suffer economically for not acculturating” … including linguistically.
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Language and Identity
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Unformatted text preview: Becoming a person, Becoming a subject Identifcation and Belonging Other-ness and Exclusion Geneva Smitherman Understanding “non-standard” English: • Must consider linguistic and stylistic elements • Must consider larger social and cultural structures (context) Components of “Black English” • Features shared with mainstream America • Features shared will all oppressed people • Features unique to Black Americans Read: Alison Lurie “Clothing as a Sign System” & Dwight McBride “Why I Hate Abercrombie & Fitch” For Monday:...
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