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Linguistic ideology and the ‘correct’ use of language in Camilo Ortúzar’s Diccionario manual de locuciones viciosas (1893)
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
The present study describes the beliefs and attitudes which undergird the Chilean priest Camilo Ortuzar's notions of correct and incorrect language use in his Diccionario manual de locuciones viciosos (1893), and how those ...
Language policy in Brazil: Monolingualism and linguistic prejudice
The purpose of this article is to analyse the linguistic situation in Brazil and to discuss the relationship between Portuguese and the 200 other languages, about 170 indigenous, spoken in the country. It focuses on three ...
Language, ideology, and teaching towards critique: A look at reading pedagogy in Brazil
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 2001)
Ideology and Therapeutic Analysis of Language: Althusser and Wittgenstein
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-10)
This paper focuses on the convergence of the positions of Wittgenstein and Althusser. The discussion on the political implications of Wittgenstein's thought has revolved around the possibility (or impossibility) of taking ...
Language ideologies in chilean education programmes : the case of english and mapudungun as second languages
(Universidad de Chile, 2014)
As the influence of language ideologies is notedin a number of social fields involving different aspects of language, these have caught the attention of researches. This study intends to look into the language ideologies ...
La polisemia léxica según gramáticos y lexicógrafos chilenos del siglo XIX: actitudes e ideologías lingüísticas
(Universidad de Concepción, 2017)
El presente trabajo analiza las actitudes hacia la polisemia léxica sostenidas por gramáticos y lexicógrafos chilenos hispanohablantes del siglo XIX. Las actitudes son principalmente negativas: los autores estudiados ...
Literature, Discourse and Ideology: Dialogizing Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of The House of Usher” in Terms of the Languages of Sexism, Classism and RacismLiterature, Discourse and Ideology: Dialogizing Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of The House of Usher” in Terms of the Languages of Sexism, Classism and Racism
The language of a populist revolution
(SABER ULA, 2005)