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Discrimination through Languaje and Comparison Between Mapuche and Mori

Discrimination through Languaje and Comparison Between Mapuche and Mori

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comparison between natives languages that had face discrimination in the society they exist and contribution of culture in language.
comparison between natives languages that had face discrimination in the society they exist and contribution of culture in language.

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Published by: Gata Grunge on Nov 18, 2010
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09/03/2012

 
Grammar Theory IIFacultad de HumanidadesLic. en Educación en InglésTeoría Gramatical 
Language andCulture
Mapuche & Maori
Nombres:
Camila Pizarro F.Language and CultureMapuche and Maori
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Grammar Theory IICamila Poblete Ch. 
Language and Culture Mapuche & Maori
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABSTRACT
*Key words:
- Mapuche speakers- Maori speakers- Discrimination, segregation and discrimination
INTRODUCTION
What is language?
-Language Functions
Social relationship
-Society relationship with Mapuche-Society relationship with Maori
THEORICAL FRAMEWORK
Concepts definition
- Discrimination- Discourse- Ethnic group- Racism- Te Reo Mâori- Mapudugun- Mapuche- Interculturality- Communicative- CompetenceLanguage and CultureMapuche and Maori
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Grammar Theory II- Knowledge- Aboriginal- Culture- Community- Elder - Approach- Second language acquisition or second language learning- Method of teaching languages- Aboriginal- Culture
BODY
Historical context
- Who are Mapuche?- Who are Maori?
Description of Culture and Religion
-Mapuche culture-Maoiri culture*
Regional dialects
- MapudungunMaori*
Use, respect and education of the Cultural Knowledge
- Racial and Ethnic Minorities- Stereotyping- Invisibility- Derogatory Labelling and Racial Slurs-Use of the term 'Australian"- Quoting Racist Material- Representation of racial and ethnic diversity in case materials andillustrationsLanguage and CultureMapuche and Maori
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