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Dr. Rosina Lippi-Green: Linguistic Authenticity and StereotypingFebruary 7, 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Manoa Campus, St. John 11
A politician may spend 20 or more years running for office, and just as many years on the campaign trail trying to keep or win over voters.
The public language of political candidates has always been complicated by questions of attempted audience accommodation, performance and authenticity, topics which were rarely if ever raised to the level of national awareness or serious debate. Then, in 2008 what had been a homogenous candidate pool expanded to include an Anglo female governor from rural Alaska and an African-American senator/law professor with a multi-cultural background. As a result, topics having to do with race, sex, class and education were raised in public forums in ways that overlapped with issues of performance and authenticity.
For many commentators, the challenge was not to minimize potential offense to the candidate or the audience by circumlocution, but to find ways to express the forbidden and still avoid backlash. It is in situations like this that standard language ideology and language subordination tactics are the first and most effective tools, able to override logic and fact. The last two presidential campaigns provided a wealth of examples of linguistic subordination tactics designed to make racist, sexist and classist sentiments more publically palatable. I look at some of this data in the larger context of interpretation of stylistic practice.
The Charlene J. Sato Center for Pidgin, Creole, and Dialect Studies, Manoa Campus
Christina Higgins, 956-2785, email@example.com
|Thursday, February 7|
|9:00am||Chinese Culture Day 2013
Manoa Campus, Jefferson Hall Garden Level Rooms
|12:00pm||Integration of Research into the Undergraduate Classroom
Manoa Campus, Kuykendall 106
|12:00pm||Dr. Rosina Lippi-Green: Linguistic Authenticity and Stereotyping
Manoa Campus, St. John 11
|12:00pm||Tony Quagliano, Language Matters--Selected Poetry, and His Life in Literature
Manoa Campus, Henke 325
|12:30pm||Summer 2013 Annecy France Study Abroad Program
Manoa Campus, Moore Hall room 319
|3:00pm||Funding Opportunities for Undergraduates
Manoa Campus, Sinclair - Honors Lounge (1st Floor)
|4:00pm||Words in the World: Literatures, Oratures, and New Meeting Grounds
Manoa Campus, Art Auditorium and the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies
|4:30pm||WRRC Seminar - Finding the Needle in the Water Column
Manoa Campus, MSB 114
|5:00pm||Take Time To Take Care of You!
Manoa Campus, 2600 Campus Road, QLC #208, Honolulu, HI 96822
|5:30pm||Law Week: Day 3, Panel Discussion: The Inside Scoop from Current Law Students
Manoa Campus, UHM Law School Moot Court Room
|6:00pm||Mardi Gras 2013
Manoa Campus, Ba-Le Manoa Gardens
|6:30pm||Relay for Life Team Captain Meeting
Manoa Campus, Campus Center Executive Dining Room
|7:00pm||Entertainment Advertising: How to Sell Your Film to the Audience
Manoa Campus, Krauss Hall 12
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