Los Dones del Espíritu Santo (Colección Padre Hugo Estrada nº 30) (Spanish Edition)
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Drogas, sexo, venganza, deseo, pero sobre todo Amor. El correo has olvidado?!! The process of linguistic denigration of non-whites also includes another component: the expression of skepticism or surprise when people of color evidence command of standard English. Oppressed groups typically defend to the best of their ability against efforts to denigrate their languages or erect barriers against their use. Cultural groups struggle to keep their language because it is fundamental to social life and expresses the understandings of its associated culture in overt and subtle ways Fishman , p.
Many latinos prefer to use Spanish because it affords them a richer form of communication. Other U. Horton , p. Although latinos are disadvantaged in the language market, because of the power of whites, they often resist attempts to squelch their language. When told to stop speaking Spanish on the grounds that Spanish is out of place, latinos often respond by asserting the legitimacy of their mother tongue.
In other instances, the latino individual persists against prohibitions that he or she speak Spanish through different means. In a celebrated U. Gloor Lumber allowed its employees to communicate in Spanish on the job only if there were Spanish-speaking customers. He was fired, sued and lost Gonzalez We also examine forms of latino resistance to this linguistic restriction and oppression. In this exploratory analysis of linguistic barriers and resistance, we employ new data from 72 in-depth interviews of mostly middle-class latinos carried out in in numerous states with substantial latino populations.
For this pioneering research the first of its kind, so far as we can tell , we intentionally chose middle-class respondents for two reasons. First, they are the ones most likely to have substantial contacts with white Americans in their daily rounds, and are thus more likely to encounter racial barriers from whites and to feel the greatest pressures to give up language and cultural heritage. Secondly, they are the ones who are considered, especially by the white-controlled mass media and by middle-class white Americans generally, to be the most successful members of their group — and thus to face little discrimination in what is presented as a nonracist United States.
The first extensive qualitative fieldwork on the life experiences of contemporary African Americans--conducted in the late s and early s--took this approach, and in this research project we have followed much of the rationale and research guidelines for that prize-winning research Essed ; Feagin and Sikes ; Feagin, Vera, and Imani In this innovative research we intentionally focus on those latinos generally considered middle class and economically successful, such as teachers, small business owners, office workers, and mid-level government administrators.
More than 90 percent of the respondents have at least some college work, and 58 percent have completed at least a college degree. A small minority hold clerical or manual jobs. Using the qualitative methods of researchers studying everyday racial experiences Essed ; Feagin and Sikes , we used a carefully crafted snowball sampling design and used more than two dozen different starting points in seven states to insure diversity in the sample.
Initial respondents were referred by colleagues across the country. As we proceeded, participants suggested others for interviews. Few respondents are part of the same networks as others in the sample. Sixty percent of our respondents are Mexican-American; 18 percent are Cuban-American; 13 percent are Puerto Rican; and the remaining 9 percent are other from Latin American countries. This distribution is roughly similar to that of the U. Sixty-four percent of the respondents are women, and 36 percent are men.
We examine relationships between whites, the most powerful U. One reason for this focus is their central importance for the position of latinos in U. Another is that there are very few accounts in our latino interviews of other Americans of color attempting to discriminate latino respondents on language grounds. One reason for this, we venture, is that non-latino people of color are usually not in position to complain loudly about Spanish language even if they wished to, because they do have significant power in U.
As we observe below, even those whites not in the middle class, as much recent research has demonstrated see Feagin and Sikes , feel great power as whites to assert the privileges of whiteness versus people of color. As we will observe constantly in our accounts, Anglo whites in the upper middle, middle, and working classes feel powerful over middle-class latinos. In most accounts, the whites discriminators are of equal or higher socioeconomic status than those latinos targeted for discrimination. The common goal in the language control methods of whites is to disparage the language of latinos.