By John R. Edwards
The 1st e-book to spotlight the main urgent sociology-of-language subject matters of our instances. All of that have to do with the dual problems with energy and identification. very important facts and illustrations bearing upon those issues are supplied and supplemented via an intensive bibliography.
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Given his methodology, the first of these dimensions was obviously the most difficult to accurately subdivide. Some 25% in his upper-status category presented themselves as ‘doubtful’, about 43% in the middle-status group, but only 10% in the lower ranks. The author himself remarks upon a ‘general tendency towards a more rational attitude in the middle group’ (p. 104). On the other hand, 86% of those in the ‘lower ranks’ were classified as being without prejudice, compared to 54% in the middle group and only 8% in the highest of the three categories.
This was later published in The Crisis, a black civil-rights magazine founded in 1910 by William Du Bois (Linard, 1919). Linard’s observations had the blessing of General John ‘Black Jack’ Pershing, the commander of the American Expeditionary Force (indeed, they have been mistakenly attributed to Pershing himself). Directed towards French officers, Linard’s short statement pointed out that intimacy between the French and the black American troops must be prevented, the latter must not be commended too highly (‘particularly in the presence of white Americans’), and the ‘native population’ must refrain from ‘spoiling the Negroes’.
They went to 66 hotels, ‘auto camps’ and tourist homes, as well as 184 restaurants and cafés, and met with only one rejection – this, even though existing social- distance studies had revealed considerable American antipathy towards ‘Orientals’. Then, about six months after the completion of the journeys, LaPiere wrote to all 250 board or lodging sites, asking if they would be prepared to ‘accept members of the Chinese race as guests in your establishment’ (p. 233). indd 36 1/4/2011 2:51:56 PM stated that they were ‘uncertain’ and that acceptance or rejection would ‘depend upon circumstances’.
Challenges in the Social Life of Language by John R. Edwards