This course guide contains resources in support of Professor Reyes' course "Power and Ideology: (Critical) Discourse Perspectives.
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Writing Center Peer tutors offer "individual tutorial assistance to students on any college writing task, from papers and lab reports in any stage of completion to resumes and application essays." Located on the Main Floor of Leyburn Library.
SPAN 392-01: Spanish Language Theory and Practice. Power and Ideology: (Critical) Discourse Perspectives (3). Prerequisite: SPAN 215 or 275. This course explores different theoretical approaches to account for language use and, in particular, for the analysis of meaning and the way it is constructed and reconstructed in discourse, especially by the dominant classes with access to public discourse. This course observes how social actors achieve social and political goals by employing specific linguistic choices, therefore relating language use with social processes.