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language ideology - a language or linguistic ideology is a systematic construct about how languages carry or are invested with certain moral, social, and political values , giving rise to implicit assumptions that people have about a language or about language in general. Worldview - refers to the framework of ideas and beliefs through which an individual interprets the world and interacts in it. Linguistics - the scientific study of language , which can be theoretical or applied. Objectivity - To be objective is to adhere strictly to truth- conducive methods in one's thinking, particularly, to take into account all available information, and to avoid any form of prejudice, bias, or wishful thinking. Subjectivity - subjectivity refers to the property of perceptions, arguments, and language as being based in a subject 's point of view, and hence influenced in accordance with a particular bias . Its opposite property is objectivity . Reflexivity - reflexivity is an act of self-reference where examination or action 'bends back on',
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