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Beyond ebonics

linguistic pride and racial prejudice
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Oxford University Press , Oxford, New York
Black English, English language -- Social aspects -- United States, English language -- United States -- Foreign elements -- African, African languages -- Influence on English, Language and culture -- United States, Slaves -- United States -- Languages, African Americans -- Lang

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StatementJohn Baugh.
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LC ClassificationsPE3102.N42 B37 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 149 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL33764M
ISBN 100195120469
LC Control Number99016833

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The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Beyond Ebonics: Linguistic Pride and Racial Prejudice by John Baugh at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : John Baugh. The Oakland, Calif., school board's decision to view "ebonics," or "black English," as a distinct language has precipitated a rhetorical game of political tetherball that has the unfortunate feel Author: Randy Ross.

Beyond Ebonics: Linguistic pride and racial prejudice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. xx, B’s primary goal in this book is to accelerate the progress of linguistic tolerance in America. Without this fundamental reform, he contends, efforts to File Size: 25KB.

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The foundation of the Ebonics controversy (EC) was laid centuries before its December debut. The EC was not about the name “Ebonics,” but about a legacy.

In the Introduction, Baugh writes: “This text attempts to clarify several of the issues. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Linguistic pride and racial prejudice -- Ebonic genesis -- A contentious global debut -- Oakland's Ebonics resolutions -- Legislative lament -- Legal implications -- Disparate theoretical foundations -- Racist reactions and Ebonics satire -- Beyond Ebonics: striving toward enhanced linguistic tolerance -- :   Beyond Ebonics consists of nine relatively short chapters dealing with the history of the notion of Ebonics, the Oakland School Board resolutions of December and Januaryvarious legislative reactions, the legal implications and policy concerns raised by the Ebonics resolutions, and the media and public reactions (including attempts Author: Edwin L.

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John Baugh, a well-known African-American linguist and education expert, offers an accessible explanation of the Brand: Oxford University Press, USA. The book is informative, and the presentation of issues is fair.

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As Dell Hymes says in the foreword to the book, ‘John Baugh takes us through the mixture of prejudice and good intentions, ignorance and [End Page ] insight, that the Ebonics issue has thrown into relief’ (viii).

This book should be made widely available in public libraries. John Baugh is the author of Beyond Ebonics ( avg rating, 27 ratings, 1 review, published ), Out of the Mouths of Slaves ( avg rating, 12 rati /5.

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Get this from a library. Beyond ebonics: linguistic pride and racial prejudice. [John Baugh] -- "This book avoids technical linguistic jargon in favor of a dispassionate survey spanning from Ebonics' birth to its hostile reception by the overwhelming majority of people who repudiated the term.

This study of Black and White participants determined how standard American English and Black English were perceived on 20 credibility measures. Results indicated that although standard American English was preferred by all participants on several key measures (including all measures of competence), speaker dialect did not alter perceived Cited by: While ebonics, or "black English," is probably the most widely recognizable and most debated dialect in classrooms across the United States, it's far from the only one.

Beyond Ebonics: Linguistic Pride and Racial Prejudice | John Baugh pages | Oxford University Press, || Beyond Ebonics: Linguistic Pride and Racial Prejudice | | John Baugh | The media frenzy surrounding the resolution by the Oakland School Board brought public attention to the term "Ebonics.

Ebonics (a portmanteau of the words ebony and phonics) is a term that was originally intended to refer to the language of all people descended from enslaved Black Africans, particularly in West Africa, the Caribbean, and North the controversy over its use by the Oakland School Board, the term Ebonics has primarily been used to refer to the sociolect African.

In his book Spoken Soul: the Story of Black English, Russell John Rickford, a linguistic scholar, analyzed the original context and the contemporary version of ebonics. Rickford argued that like most regional spoken language forms, ebonics has rules of pronunciation and distinct vocabulary, as well as its own grammatical structure.

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Contrastive analysis can be successfully incorporated into writing curriculum to teach not only students who speak AAVE, but also students of all cultures.

The study at Aurora University conducted by Taylor proves that contrastive analysis is an effective way to use students’ vernacular teach writing. (Language in Society) John Baugh has made a valuable contribution to the background of the Ebonics debate with Beyond Ebonics: Linguistic Pride and Racial Prejudice, a book written from both a personal standpoint as an African American and a professional one as a sociolinguist.

Beyond Ebonics: Linguistic pride and racial prejudice. Beyond Ebonics Within the African American community there is dis-sension r egar ding the use of Ebonics. Even among many young African Americans there are differences as evidenced in the oratory of Ashante Kirby, the winner of the NAACP-sponsored ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, and Scien-tific Olympics) oratorical competi.

Others emphasize Ebonics' African origins, noting that West African languages often lack th sounds and final consonant clusters (e.g. past), and that replacing or simplifying these occurs both in US Ebonics and in West African English varieties spoken in Nigeria and Ghana.African-American Vernacular English (AAVE, / ˈ ɑː v eɪ, ˈ æ v /), known less precisely as Black Vernacular, Black English Vernacular (BEV), Black Vernacular English (BVE) or colloquially Ebonics (a controversial term), is the variety of English natively spoken, particularly in urban communities, by most working-and middle-class African Americans and some Black ity: African Americans, Black Canadians.Committee members heard testimony concerning the role of Ebonics, or African-American Vernacular English, in educating African-American students.