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(Ap)parent Gender: Gendered Language and its Use in Asian American Parenting

Kara Chu, Iffet Dogan, Jay Iyengar, and Alisara Koomthong The following research seeks to observe linguistic variability in the way Asian immigrant parents speak to their Asian American sons compared to their daughters. Participants for the study include two female participants and one male participant who recorded phone calls with their parents sharing both good […]

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Sociolinguistic Activism and White Fragility

Jamie Seals, Makena Larson, Betsy Benavides, Faith McCormick When looking at the work previously done on the intersection of white fragility and sociolinguistics, we noticed a gap in research that we wanted to fill. We conducted interviews between two white peers, the topic of conversation being sensitive topics such as race and racism. We hypothesized

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