Current affiliation: University of California Los AngelesSubject: Language & Linguistics
Published in:English World-WidePublication date:2005-01-01
book review of Carmen Fought's excellent book.
Published in:Language in SocietyPublication date:1998-03-01
Published in:Discourse & SocietyPublication date:2015-11-02
This article explains how news media create and foster national myths when they report on national issues--in this case, immigration.
Published in:LanguagePublication date:1990-06-01
A book review of "Form and Function in Chicano English," an anthology edited by Jacob Ornstein-Galicia
Published in:Language in SocietyPublication date:2009-02-01
I analyzed late-night comedian, Jay Leno when his jokes targeted immigrants. They were his target in 2006, when millions of immigrants and their su...
Published in:Language Variation and ChangePublication date:1996-03-01
Published in:Cognitive Models in Language and ThoughtPublication date:Not available
Summary of the findings of BROWN TIDE RISING.
Published in:Latino StudiesPublication date:2014-12-01
Juan in 100 is a three-part study of television news reporting on Latinos. It both criticizes television news reporting, and offers solutions and n...
Published in:Du Bois Review Social Science Research on RacePublication date:2007-03-01
We examine US newspaper depictions of immigrants during two periods in 2006, when the great immigration rights marches took place across the nation...
Published in:Journal of Linguistic AnthropologyPublication date:1995-06-01
book review of Carmen Silva-Corvalán's book "Language Contact and Change: Spanish in Los Angeles:Language Contact and Change: Spanish in Los Angeles"
Published in:Language Variation and ChangePublication date:1992-10-01
Published in:Language in SocietyPublication date:2015-06-01
book review of Landau et al.
Published in:Choice Reviews OnlinePublication date:2003-02-01
Published in:Journal of Language and PoliticsPublication date:2017-01-01
Conceptual Metaphor-based Critical Discourse Analysis of the Legal Debate on US Citizenship
This study reveals the three major competing ideas underlying citizenship in legal thinking in the US.