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Media, Culture & Communication
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Patrick Davison

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Notes 9/20/2012 12/6/2013 1:42:00 PM Racist Stereotyping in the English Language Main idea: the context of language and words depends on the culture of the particular society in which the words are being spoken. It is, in essence, a social construct based on the beliefs and ideas of the native people. Politics and Terminology- argues against the term “culturally deprived.” The whole article is normative What particular action should we take, not should we take “naturalization”, a cultural process by which a phenomena becomes framed or discussed in a way to make it more natural things that are naturalized are things that we have difficulty understanding because they have been so changed attempts to denaturalize the language that we use “Alientation” – the reality between the experienced physical world and our mental and linguistic perceptions of it On Tru
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