This reader collects in one volume the key readings on language, ethnicity and race. Using linguistic and cultural analysis, it explores changing ideas of race and the ways in which these ideas shape human communication.A linguistic metaphor that once seemed appropriate to me was that of a#39;code switchinga#39; and I talked in terms of a#39;ideological code-switchinga#39; (Hewitt, 1990b). ... 1990) has called a#39;harmony discoursea#39; (aquot;We are all friends round hereaquot;) and different degrees of racist expression. b So, ... into what Bourdieu has called a a#39; linguistic market placea#39; of many discrete ideological codes that may be moved between.
|Title||:||The Language, Ethnicity and Race Reader|
|Author||:||Roxy Harris, Ben Rampton|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2003|