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By Rosina Lippi-Green
In this bestselling textbook, Rosina Lippi-Green scrutinizes American attitudes in the direction of language. utilizing examples drawn from numerous contexts: the study room, the court docket, the media and company tradition, she exposes the way discrimination in response to accessory services to help and perpetuate social constructions and unequal strength family members. English with an Accent:
- focuses on language version associated with geography and social identity
- looks at how the media and the leisure paintings to advertise linguistic stereotyping
- examines how employers discriminate at the foundation of accent
- reveals how the judicial method protects the established order and reinforces language subordination
This attention-grabbing and hugely readable ebook forces us to recognize the ways that language is used to discriminate.
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Sentences (1) and (2) are equally nonsensical, but any speaker of English will recognize that only the former is grammatical. 1 2 Colorless green ideas sleep furiously. Furiously sleep ideas green colorless. (Chomsky 1957) “*Furiously sleep ideas green colorless” is not grammatical for any speaker of English, descriptivist or prescriptivist. No child growing up in an English-speaking community would produce this sentence, just as you never have to remind a child about other points of language-internal, rule-governed grammaticality.