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Maya ethnolinguistic identity

Brigittine M. French

Maya ethnolinguistic identity

violence, cultural rights, and modernity in highland Guatemala

by Brigittine M. French

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Published by The University of Arizona Press in Tucson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mayas -- Ethnic identity,
  • Mayas -- Languages,
  • Mayas -- Violence against,
  • Anthropological linguistics -- Guatemala,
  • Mayan languages -- Guatemala,
  • Language and culture -- Guatemala,
  • Politics and culture -- Guatemala,
  • Guatemala -- Social conditions,
  • Guatemala -- Ethnic relations,
  • Guatemala -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBrigittine M. French.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF1435.3.E72 F74 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23697523M
    ISBN 109780816527670
    LC Control Number2009035835
    OCLC/WorldCa435801158

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    Maya vendors share with Maya activists and other participants in the Maya movement (see Esquit and Gálvez , Fischer and Brown b, and Warren a and b for descriptions of this political movement) the practice of using identity in strategic ways to further their respective causes. How language shapes and is shaped by identity is a key topic within sociolinguistics. An individual's identity is constituted through a variety of different factors, including the social, linguistic, cultural and ethnic contexts. In this book, Philip Riley looks at these issues against the theoretical background of the sociology of knowledge, and ethnolinguistics, asking how we learn who we.

      About Language, Culture and Identity. How language shapes and is shaped by identity is a key topic within sociolinguistics. An individual's identity is constituted through a variety of different factors, including the social, cultural and ethnic contexts, and issues such as bi- or multilingualism. ELIT is designed for understanding the relationship between identity and language behaviour in bilingual contexts. Conceptually, the theory is an offspring of social identity theory. INTERGROUP BOUNDARIES Causal sequence in social identity theory Social comparison Psychological.


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And by focusing on ideologies of language, the author is able to explicitly link linguistic forms and functions. But by incorporating in-depth fieldwork with groups that speak Kaqchikel and K’iche’ along with analyses of Spanish-language discourses, Maya Ethnolinguistic Identity also shows how some individuals in urban, bilingual Indian communities have disrupted the essentializing projects of by: 3.

Maya Ethnolinguistic Identity Book Description: In this valuable book, ethnographer and anthropologist Brigittine French mobilizes new critical-theoretical perspectives in linguistic anthropology, applying them to the politically charged context of contemporary Guatemala.

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Click on the article title to read : Judith M. Maxwell. Buy Maya Ethnolinguistic Identity at Angus & Robertson with Delivery - In this valuable book, ethnographer and anthropologist Brigittine French mobilizes new critical-theoretical perspectives in linguistic anthropology, applying them to the politically charged context of contemporary Guatemala.

Beginning with an examination of the &#;&#;nationalist project&#;&#; that has been Brand: Brigittine M. French. The Maya - a powerful pre-Colombian civilization who reached their cultural zenith around A.D.

before falling into steep decline - were literate and had books, written in a complex language including pictograms, glyphs, and phonetic representations.

A Maya book is referred to as a codex (plural: codices).The codices were painted onto a paper made of bark from the fig tree and. The book's extensive and helpful bibliographic passages on the evolution of scholarly thought in the areas of identity and culture, and its intriguing theoretical work on the independent relationship of these three areas of human experience, constitute a welcome and valuable contribution to the social identity Cited by: Maya and Bailey begin to see Vivian not just as a superhuman beauty but also as a real person with fears and insecurities of her own.

Vivian seems concerned with her children’s well-being and even throws them a special party one night at two-thirty in the morning, enchanting Maya with her fun-loving and spontaneous nature.

“Language, History, and Identity is an important work for students of the Pueblo cultures and a must-read for linguists interested in Native American languages as well as for anyone wanting to learn the discipline of linguistic anthropology.”—Studies in American Indian LiteraturesCited by:   Maya Ethnolinguistic Identity's Introduction makes clear French's general theses: that both the Guatemalan state and the Maya activists have essentialized the Mayan people, albeit with opposing political aims; and that urban Maya, both K'iche’ and Kaqchikel, disarticulate Mayan language and Maya identity.

How language shapes and is shaped by identity is a key topic within sociolinguistics. An individual's identity is constituted through a variety of different factors, including the.

The author argues that the linking of ethnolinguistic identity to collective identity in the Maya highlands, while often employed as a means of encouraging Mayan inclusion at the national level, serves to exclude individuals claiming Mayan identity that is not based on ethnolinguistic identity.

The acquisition of cultural knowledge through books may be seen as an insufficient basis for claiming a Maya identity. Further, language is central to the essentialist views of culture held by elders in Succotz: key cosmological knowledge can only be activated through the use of Mayan by:   Language, Culture and Identity: An Ethnolinguistic Perspective.

How language shapes and is shaped by identity is a key topic within sociolinguistics. An individual's identity is constituted through a variety of different factors, including the social, linguistic, cultural and ethnic contexts/5(8). Ethnolinguistic Identity and Youth Activity Involvement in a Sample of Minority Canadian Francophone Youth David Y.

Bourgeois, Michael A. Busseri, and Linda Rose-Krasnor Identity,Volume 9, Number 2, Page Cited by: