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This new e-book extends Teun A. van Dijk’s previous learn on discursive racism to the Latin global. He provides a primary stock of elite discourse and racism in Spain and Latin the United States through interpreting discursive reactions in Spain to fresh immigration, in addition to age-old racism and ethnicism in textual content and speak in Latin the USA (especially Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Chile). via cautious research of the media, political discourse, textbooks and different public discourses in those international locations he indicates that discursive euro-racism is ubiquitous additionally in nations outdoors Europe. Spain reproduces, yet as but in a much less radical approach, the type of racist discourse we discover somewhere else in Western Europe. In Latin the US, ethnicism and racism opposed to the indigenous peoples and opposed to Afrolatins has prevailed in elite discourse considering the fact that colonialism and slavery.
This is the 1st built-in research of discursive racism within the Latin international and gives an invaluable framework for comparable learn.

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