Refers to the situated partial interested character of conceptions and uses of

Refers to the situated partial interested character

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Refers to the situated, partial, interested character of conceptions and uses of language (Errington)c)Conceptions represent attempts to rationalize language use; alwaysconstructed from the sociocultural experience of the speaker d)Cultural system of ideas about social/linguistic relationships, together with their loading of moral and political interests (Irvine)
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2.PAGE 497 - Constitutes language ideological struggles 3.Five Levels of Organization of Language Ideologiesa)Represent the perception of language and discourse that is constructed in the interest of a specific social or cultural group (1) Refutes myth of sociopolitically disinterested language / possibility of unpositioned knowledge(2) How we describe language varieties gives us an example ofhow language ideologies represent nationalist interests b)Language ideologies are conceived as multiple (1) bc of social divisions c)Members may displaying varying levels of awarenessd)Members language ideologies mediate between social structures and forms of talk (1) Iconization - hearers take an aspect of language and view it as a pictorial guide to the nature of a group of speakers -- Ex: South African Khoisan clicks = animals(2) Fractal recursivity - projected onto some other level -- Ex: Refracted within African groups(3) Erasure - selective ignoring of unruly forms of variation Ex: Erasing African multilingualism e)Language ideologies are productively used in the creation and representation of various social and cultural identities(1) Ex: Coloured recreation and reclamation of Afrikaans to Afrikaans(2) Ex: Catalan speakers in Barcelona claim not to be bilingual to diminish nationalist claims of Catalan as a separate languageB.Otto Santa Ana - “Like an Animal I Was Treated” - Anti Immigrant Metaphor in U.S Public Discourse1.Otto Santa Ana - Can social scientist block Trump’s discriminatory actionsthrough discourse analysis?
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