2011.01.31

2011.01.31 - Becoming a person, Becoming a subject...

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COGN 20 Monday 31 January 2011
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Change in Readings For Wednesday: Lurie and McBride Chartier and Barron will be moved to a slot after the midterm.
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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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Communication as how we understand and engage with the world . “me” “the world”
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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 Communication as how the world becomes meaningful; how we produce the world; how we come to be a part of the world . me the world 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 Wednesday:...
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