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Language, Culture, & Power

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Laura Lynn Peck

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Transcript of Language, Culture, & Power

Language, Culture, & Power
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Exam 2 (Unit 3, 4, & 5) opens Saturday, December 5 @ 6am and closes Tuesday, December 8 @ 11:59pm.

Online Activity #9 is a free 10 points due to technology issues.

Online Activity #10 due Sunday.
"Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral" - Paulo Freire
Antonio Gramsci describes hegemony as
"Domination by Consent"
It is the process of granting some group with more power and privilege the ability to shape our worldviews, attitudes, beliefs, expectations, and actions.
It is a complex process in which those
who have less power participate in their own oppression
How would you describe the "Ideal American Family"?
When a group of people has the
to make their view of the world seem like the
only correct one
Hegemony & Privilege
Interrelated ideas that deal with our own position and participation within systems of power and oppression.
Barriers to Communication
Popular beliefs about a group of people.
Ascribing characteristics to an entire group of people. Why is this harmful?
Dislike or hatred one has toward an entire group of people.
Refers to the verbal and nonverbal communication behaviors that foster prejudiced attitudes including the act of excluding or denying people of products, rights, and services based on their race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, or disability.
Placing your own cultural beliefs in a superior position leading to a negative judgment of other cultures.
Insulting discourse, phrases, terms, cartoons, or organized campaigns used to humiliate people based on age, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, culture, social class, & more.
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