The Language Of Oppression (New Edition (2Nd & Subsequent))
- Publish Date: 1983-03-17
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Haig A. Bosmajian
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Examines decadence in our language, especially that language which leads to dehumanization and degradation of human beings. Powerful illustrations may be found in the fact that, for instance, Hitler's Final Solution appeared reasonable once the Jews were successfully labelled by the Nazis as sub-humans, parasites, vermin, or bacilli. So, too, the subjugation of the American Indian was defensible since they were defined as barbarians and savages. The author of this engrossing text that was originally published in 1974 by Public Affairs Press successfully identifies and critically comments on the racist, sexist, and ethnic slurs still predominant in society today, with the hope that this decadence will be cured. Winner of the 1983 George Orwell Award from the Committee on Doublespeak of the N.C.T.E.
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