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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/23/11 Language ideologies: Kroskrity (2) Professor Adrienne Lo ANTH 104/LING 104
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5/23/11 Language and human rights Is language a proxy for national origin or race? Employment/educational discrimination issues The saturation of words with indexical associations Ways to counter dominant linguistic ideologies A word about reinforcing stereotypes
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5/23/11 Kroskrity’s 5 characteristics 1. group or individual interests l e.g. “standard” language ideology (Lippi Green), colonial situations l “a bias toward an abstracted, idealized, homogenous spoken language ….which names as its model the written language but which is drawn primarily from the speech of the upper middle class” (Lippi- Green1997: 64) l Language ideologies° power
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5/23/11 Kroskrity’s 5 characteristics 2. inherent multiplicity of language ideologies l Eng in South Korea l Linguists’ vs anthropologists’ vs popular views about language 3. varying degrees of awareness of language ideologies l Arenas where ideologies are explicit: grammar books, courtrooms, etiquette
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