Language Gender and Culture Essay

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Language, Gender, and Culture Essay In our world there are so people that are being overrated, from their skin color, to how they talk or to where they came from or the way they walk, everything from what people wear to where people come from and their ethnic background. These people are looked down on from the rest of society for just being themselves and doing only what they know to do. For some, it’s wrong if others do not act just like them and they put them down for it. Stereotypes can be described someone of a certain race, religion, gender, nationality, or other groups. You can see that language, gender, and culture (class and race) does relate to power because men’s have more power than women’s, the way you speak, your …show more content…

You can see that prove that in the quote “My identity, however, was atypical, alienating me from my neighbors and hood and excluding me from the representation of ‘authentic’ ghetto life. Thus I didn’t have to fight to get out of the ghetto. I was kicked out” (Young 125). This quote does prove the main idea right because Young is saying that in his life he didn’t have to fight to get out of the ghetto life, he was basically he was kicked out of

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