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Knowledge is Power

CMCL-C229 presentation by Melissa, Kenny, and Ronald

Ronald AngSiy

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Knowledge is Power

Language is shaped by Member groups Knowledge as Capital
The Ideological Power of a Business
Writing Tutorial Service Student Club Organizations Language to Structure Meetings
Attention centered around speaker
Mutually understood rituals
Inside Friend Groups DIMOND
Levels of understanding
Identity of Language Connections Bucholtz language ideologies are not primarily about language; rather, they are in the service of other, more basic, ideological systems, concerning race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class nationality, and other aspects of the social world—which they cloak in linguistic terms Kiesling Symbols you share with other people bond you together. The End This knowledge you share with others creates power. Lakoff
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