Slurs_and_lg_ideologies%20updated

Slurs_and_lg_ideologies%20updated - Language in Racism:...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/23/11 Language in Racism: Slurs/ Intentions Professor Adrienne Lo ANTH 104/LING 104
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5/23/11 Defining “White racism” Hill labels the phenomenon she is describing as “White racism”, but that does not mean that ONLY White people can act in ways that “advance the projects of White racism” Examples of sociolinguistic acts that non-Whites could do that would fall under the definition of “advancing White racism”, under Hill’s
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5/23/11 Language ideologies “The label ‘ideology’ suggests a way of thinking or a perspective that is saturated with political and economic interest” (p. 34)
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5/23/11 Intentionality In the US, we believe that a person’s intentions are what matter: E.g. Different kinds of penalties for murder Apologies: “I didn’t mean it” The Chief We think it is important to try to figure out what someone “really” meant
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5/23/11 Monoglot standard Among the many different ways of
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2011 for the course ANTH 270 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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