The Everyday Language of White Racism (Wiley Blackwell by Jane H. Hill

By Jane H. Hill

In The daily Language of White Racism, Jane H. Hill offers an incisive research of daily language to bare the underlying racist stereotypes that proceed to flow in American tradition.

  • provides an in depth heritage at the conception of race and racism
  • reveals how racializing discourse—talk and textual content that produces and reproduces rules approximately races and assigns humans to them—facilitates a victim-blaming logic
  • integrates a huge and interdisciplinary diversity of literature from sociology, social psychology, justice reports, severe criminal reports, philosophy, literature, and different disciplines that experience studied racism, in addition to fabric from anthropology and sociolinguistics
  • Part of the Blackwell stories in Discourse and tradition Series

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