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A Critical Discourse Analysis of Donald Trump's Sexist Ideology

@article{Darweesh2016ACD,
  title={A Critical Discourse Analysis of Donald Trump's Sexist Ideology},
  author={Abbas Degan Darweesh and Nesaem Mehdi Abdullah},
  journal={Journal of Education and Practice},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={87-95}
}
Language is not always seen as a neutral vehicle which represents reality. It is sometimes described as a tool which is drawn on to discriminate, insult, abuse, and belittle others. This is evident in the case of sexism which is seen as language that discriminates against women by representing them negatively or which seems to implicitly assume that activities primarily associated with women are necessarily trivial. Thus, language is described as a potential that is drawn on strategically by… 

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