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Raciolinguistics.

Author: Alim.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Raciolinguistics reveals the central role that language plays in shaping our ideas about race. This team of leading scholars-working both within and beyond the United States-shares powerful,  Read more...

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Alim.
Raciolinguistics.
[Place of publication not identified] : Oxford University Press, 2016
(OCoLC)949911785
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alim.
ISBN: 9780190625726 0190625724
OCLC Number: 951753861
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introducing Raciolinguistics: Racing Language and Languaging Race in Hyperracial TimesH. Samy Alim, Stanford University1. Who's Afraid of the Transracial Subject?: Raciolinguistics and the Political Project of TransracializationH. Samy Alim, Stanford University2. From Upstanding Citizen to North American Rapper and Back Again: The Racial Malleability of Poor Male Brazilian YouthJennifer Roth-Gordon, University of Arizona 3. From Mock Spanish to Inverted Spanglish: Language Ideologies and the Racialization of Mexican and Puerto Rican Youth in the United StatesJonathan Rosa, Stanford University 4. The Meaning of Chin- Chong: Language, Racism, and Response in New MediaElaine W. Chun, University of South Carolina5. "Suddenly faced with a Chinese Village": The Linguistic Racialization of Asian AmericansAdrienne Lo, University of Waterloo 6. Ethnicity and Extreme Locality in South Africa's Multilingual Hip Hop CiphasQuentin E. Williams, University of the Western Cape7. Norteno and Sureno Gangs, Hip Hop, and Ethnicity on YouTube: Localism in California through Spanish Accent VariationNorma Mendoza-Denton, University of ArizonaPart II. Racing Language8. Toward Heterogeneity: A Sociolinguistic Perspective on the Classification of Black People in the Twenty-First CenturyRenee Blake, New York University9. Jews of Color: Performing Black Jewishness through the Creative Use of Two Ethnolinguistic RepertoiresSarah Bunin Benor, Hebrew Union College10. Pharyngeal Beauty and Depharyngealized Geek: Performing Ethnicity on Israeli Reality TVRoey Gafter, Tel Aviv University11. Stance as a Window into the Language-Race Connection: Evidence from African American and White Speakers in Washington, D.C.Robert J. Podesva, Stanford University12. Changing Ethnicities: The Evolving Speech Styles of Punjabi LondonersDevyani Sharma, Queen Mary, University of LondonPart III. Language, Race, and Education in Changing Communities13. "It Was a Black City": African American Language in California's Changing Urban Schools and CommunitiesDjango Paris, Michigan State University 14. Zapotec, Mixtec, and Purepecha Youth: Multilingualism and the Marginalization of Indigenous Immigrants in the United StatesWilliam Perez, Claremont Graduate University; Rafael Vasquez, Universidad Autonoma; and Raymond Burie, Pomona College15. On Being Called Out of One's Name: Indexical Bleaching as a Technique of DeracializationMary Bucholtz, University of California, Santa Barbara16. Multiculturalism and Its Discontents: Essentializing Ethnic Moroccan and Roma Identities in Classroom Discourse in SpainInmaculada Garcia-Sanchez, Temple University 17. The Voicing of Asian American Figures: Korean Linguistic Styles at an Asian American Cram SchoolAngela Reyes, Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY 18. "Socials," "Poch@s," "Normals" y los demas: School Networks and Linguistic Capital of High School Students on the Tijuana-San Diego Border"Ana Celia Zentella, University of California, San Diego Index

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Alim, Rickford and Ball have assembled an excellent set of essays that challenge the way we construct social reality. The combined force of the book is more than academic. It is a call for action in Read more...

 
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