Name Instructor Course Date Standard Language Ideology Standard language ideology is an interesting concept since as Milroy suggests scholars have disagreed on what constitutes Standard English (237). However Labov suggests that standardization is stratified according to the social context of the individual that is a person from a particular state is likely to speak or recognize language differently (169). As a result language as a communication tool Bordieu Pierre. Language and Symbolic Power. Harvard University Press Massachusetts. 1991 Crowley Tony. Standard English and Politics of Language. University of Illinois Press Chicago. 1989 Labov William. The Social Stratification of (r) in New York City Department Stores. N.d. Milroy Lesley. The Social Categories of race and class: language ideology and sociolinguistics. Pearson Education Limited. 2001. My Fair Lady. Dir. George Cukor. Warner Bros 1964. Film. [...]
Write down at least three examples from the movie (scene, line, interaction, event, etc.) that are examples of some of the ideas we've recently discussed and read about in class. Please describe the scene/line/etc. as well as you can; and explain its relation to one on the list below. Answers should be 1 page, typed, double spaced. The list: 1) Standard Language Ideology. 2) Symbolic domination. 3) "Inarticulate classes"/barbarians. 4) View of language/culture connection?. 5) Ability to change class via languages. 6) Social stratification. 7) Indexicality. 8) Hyper-correction. 9) Habitus. 10) Code-switching. 11) Deficit vs. difference. 12) Linguistic variation.