Critical Analysis Of American Representations Of Russians

@inproceedings{Tomi2001CriticalAO,
  title={Critical Analysis Of American Representations Of Russians},
  author={Leena M. Tomi},
  year={2001}
}
Cultural differences have been shown to be social phenomena, arising in a complex reciprocal relationship between social actors and historical context. National character descriptions have also been shown to do ideological work. Language plays a crucial role in the construction of perceived reality, including perceived differences, and in the support of power structures. This study uses critical language analysis to uncover ideological frameworks behind cultural descriptions Americans have… CONTINUE READING

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