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Page 472 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 93, Issue 2 [page]

2006 Psychological Abstracts  
(Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Bir- mingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom) Accent Pride and Prejudice: Are Speakers of Stigmatized Variants Really Less Loyal?  ...  —The popular and linguistic consensus appears to be that people with stigmatized accents show less loyalty towards their own speech variant than those with more prestigious accents.  ... 

A lost Canadian dialect [chapter]

Bridget L. Jankowski, Sali A. Tagliamonte
2017 Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics  
During the 1860's there are several indications of this state of affairs.  ...  There are also variations in consonants and vowels, though some of them shift with the variations in Cree dialects, as between Swampy Cree and Plains Cree.  ...  There may never be a Separatist Party on Cape Breton Island, yet a fierce pride and strong sense of island identity are alive and well.  ... 
doi:10.1075/ahs.7.10jan fatcat:xy37zru3wfgz5dg4boml5h5jum

Language Ideologies: Critical Perspectives on the Official English Language Movement: Vol. 1. Education and the Social Implications of Official Language

Juliet Hart, Roseann Duenas González, Ildikó Melis, Roseann Duenas Gonzalez, Ildiko Melis
2002 TESOL Quarterly (Print)  
More important, teaching a multiple and transcultural rhetoric can help us to break the silence of minority and women students as well as the imposition of English Only and standardized language use.  ...  Those of us who understand the cultural contexts of languages should consider accepting the uncertainty and chaos that Anzaldtia advocates.  ...  less intelligent and less apt than he or she really is (122-31).  ... 
doi:10.2307/3588369 fatcat:a6bvakqt35dbtl7tyn2hbbcdzm

Pretending to be someone you're not : a study of second dialect acquisition in Australia

Foreman, Annik, 1973-
2017
The findings for some of the vowel variables, in particular the FLEECE vowel, indicate that subjects who are less proficient in the D2 may use more of a relatively stigmatized variant of a variable than  ...  with less foreign accent.  ...  R: not often increas* i* it's less and less frequent these days cause the kids are now older they're seventeen and twelve and and so they have their own lives and while they have lives with relatives ,  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/59c9f2bfcdc9b fatcat:7keexa4k5ragtnai4jjejgdxfi

Somebody Else, Somewhere Else: Racisms, Racialized Spaces and the Popular Geographical Imagination in Sweden

Allan Pred
1997 Antipode  
Overhearings of the unfamiliarly familiar, of more or less accented Swedish, of recognizable but outlandishly animated chatter.  ...  becoming a loyal member of Swedish society and whether he has what it takes to thrive; nor to try to judge whether he or she comes from a country or culture whose customs and usages are so extremely different  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-8330.00053 fatcat:q6gy3lkzunh77pdglawmt2rxcm

Ars Artium, Vol. 5, January 2017

Vijay Kumar Roy
2017 Zenodo  
Ars Artium is an international research journal of humanities and social sciences that aims at providing a forum for teachers and researchers for publishing quality research papers in the fields of English  ...  , history, anthropology, sociology, psychology, political science, geography, human rights, international relations, peace studies, education and all allied disciplines of humanities & social sciences.  ...  Uttering which mantra are put the pulses and molasses at offering With which chant of mantra the milk is offered to the gods? Uttering which mantra do you hold flute and singa in your hand?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1040960 fatcat:seqm6k4qgzcqbhufieeokmohie

Dis-orienting rhythms: the politics of the new Asian dance music

1997 ChoiceReviews  
' entailed in aesthetic stigmatization.  ...  I listen to a lot of Indian music now and it's booming out my car and I wasn't before. Now the music is sounding the way I want it to sound. Shirin I think the pride issue is really important.  ...  The two most popular writers of Punjab are good examples: see Heer by Warish Shah {1991} and the Kafian of BuIIeh Shah (1993}. 5.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.34-6188 fatcat:ml6ntls5mrfavegwojgaxoqy3y

Interculturality in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's "Americanah"

Christina Seiringer-Gaubinger
2015 unpublished
Non-standard varieties are usually regarded as lacking in logic and correctness. These presumptive qualities are also assigned to speakers of non-standard varieties and cause stigmatization.  ...  In short, languages, variants and accents play a big role in Americanah, so this criterion is certainly fulfilled.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.36060 fatcat:lvaqi7mouvahnl5kzs5epx6zvy

The End of the Line: Essays on Psychoanalysis and the Sublime

Krystian Czerniecki, Neil Hertz
1987 Comparative Literature  
What a penalized student suffers can never really be known by anyone but himself; what the student who plagiarizes and "gets away with it" suffers is less public and probably less acute, but the corruptness  ...  Ah, is there one who ever has been young And needs a monitory voice to tame The pride of virtue and of intellect?  ...  or of different social rank, may play out their sense of women's difference in less specular, less voyeuristic ways.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1771096 fatcat:q5gfwxd36rdzbnpxh7npm5hw4y

Fault Lines: A Primer on Race, Science and Society

Saul Dubow
2020 Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa  
of predominantly English mother-tongue speakers.  ...  For years, scholars in the social sciences and humanities have warned that they are being treated as less valuable because they are less marketable (this, of course, depends entirely on the definition  ...  Georgia, Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia are located in this region, east of Turkey. His work, although inaccurate, was perceived to have given credence to the concept of biological race.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0035919x.2020.1789239 fatcat:3ehrkbtzljgpbncfwuvwh3bchi

Invisible no more : AfroLatina/o undergraduate student's sense of belonging and persistence at a small urban Northeastern college [article]

Claudia Louis
2016
Even our accent and idioms are different.  ...  If you are a native speaker and fluent, people see you as like you are Black you are different you are not like us… even with English.  ...  You are invited to participate because you self-identify as AfroLatina/o and your insight can help us better understand how to ensure that the experiences of AfroLatina/o students are understood and utilized  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2r78674w fatcat:rfvt43w3mbe7xklvvmrg6qrmom

Lake Methodism: polite literature and popular religion in England, 1780-1830

2014 ChoiceReviews  
the invocation of reason and its disdainful disparagement as merely malcontent griping" (26). 43 .  ...  Jürgen Habermas, The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: An Inquiry into a Category of Bourgeois Society, trans.  ...  We are really and most unaffectedly sorry to see an excellent poet like Mr.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.52-0131 fatcat:zfsg77jeinfrpcslcdby2nyqla

The Specter of Communism in Hawaii

Jeff Broadwater, T. Michael Holmes
1996 American Historical Review  
Other cases involving such names as Alger Hiss, William Remington, Owen Lattimore and Harry Dexter White are obviously far more complex.  ...  Many individuals suffered in the 1940's and 1950's for their radical infatuations of the 1930's.  ...  Nor is it a coincidence that both the speech and the pamphlet are now in heavy use to prejUdice visiting members of congress against statehood.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2169383 fatcat:w45miwhtr5hj5l7qseythpilba

Swearing across cultures

Sonja Renate Astrid Pühringer
2012 unpublished
I discuss different linguistic approaches of defining offensive language and distinguish modes and functions of swearing.  ...  I look at a number of similarities and differences between the two movie scripts.  ...  Nineteen of these are variants of the term nigger and there is also one mention of Negro. As discussed above, the functions of ethnic slurs depend heavily on speaker and context.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.22965 fatcat:k63q3pizbjdo7allaka3bc3jxy

Research and Science Today No. 1(5)/2013

Flavius Marcau, Elena Adam, Elena Triscas, Raluca-Maria Nicoara, Ruben Ioan Ivan, Paul Duta, Ioan Panait, Viorella Manolache, Alin Andronache, Andreea Trandafir, Anda Taropa-Iacob, Andreea-Emilia Duta (+20 others)
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Also, it is known that all those activities are made for keeping and make loyal the clients.  ...  Moreover, the approach is anchored permanently in stable landmarks of political philosophy and academic-scientific action and less in a totalizing formula, with accents sometimes inflamed, delivered as  ...  (license, master and doctoral) of faculties in the country and abroad.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2245816 fatcat:7q63qqphwzca7peb4bpfwf2hea
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