Prejudice in Discourse

An analysis of ethnic prejudice in cognition and conversation

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In this book, a study is made of ethnic prejudice in cognition and conversation, based on intensive interviewing of white majority group members. After an introductory survey of traditional and more recent approaches in social psychology to the study of prejudice, a new 'sociocognitive' theory is sketched. This theory explains how cognitive representations and strategies of ethnic prejudice depend on their social functions within intergroup relations. It is also shown how ethnic prejudice is communicated in society through everyday talk among majority members. The major part of the book systematically analyzes the various dimensions of prejudiced conversations, such as topical structures, storytelling, argumentation, local semantic strategies, style and rhetoric, and more specific conversational properties. It is shown that such an explicit discourse analysis may reveal underlying cognitive representations and strategic uses of prejudice. Moreover, it appeared that many aspects of prejudiced talk are geared towards the overall strategic goals of adequate self-expression and positive self-presentation. This book is interdisciplinary in nature and should be of interest to linguists, discourse analysts, cognitive and social psychologists, sociologists, and all those interested in ethnic stereotypes, prejudice, and racism.
[Pragmatics & Beyond, V:3]  1984.  x, 170 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
ix
1. Introduction
1
1.1. Aims of this study
1
1.2. Theoretical framework
2
1.3. Methods of research
4
1.4. Respondents
6
1.5. Minority groups
5
1.6. Prejudice in other types of discourse
8
1.7. Talk about minorities: An example
10
2. Ethnic Prejudice
13
2.1. Classical approaches
13
2.2. Current research
16
2.3. Toward an integrated framework for the study of ethnic prejudice
22
3. The Contexts of Prejudiced Discourse
43
3.1. Text and context
43
3.2. Production strategies for prejudiced talk
44
3.3. Social strategies and functions of prejudiced talk
48
4. Topics of Discourse
55
4.1. Dimensions of discourse analysis
55
4.2. Topics of discourse: A theoretical account
55
4.3. Building topics: An example
57
4.4. Topic sequences
61
4.5. Topic change
64
4.6. Contents
66
4.7. Prejudiced topics
69
4.8. An experimental test
71
4.9. Stereotypes about stereotypes: topoi
73
4.10. Some survey data about ethnic attitudes
74
4.11. Racist discourse: How do majorities talk to minorities?
76
5. Stories About Minorities
79
5.1. Stories, storytelling, and minorities
79
5.2. Narrative structures
81
5.3. Schemata of stories about minorities
84
5.4. Story topics
101
6. Argumentation
105
6.1. Conversational argumentation
105
6.2. Arguments about ethnic opinions
107
7. Semantic Strategies
115
7.1. The notion of ‘strategy’
115
7.2. Semantic strategies in talk about ethnic minorities
116
7.3. Some cognitive implications
128
8. Style and Rhetoric
133
8.1. Strategies of adequate and effective formulation
133
8.2. Some stylistic properties of talk about minorities
134
8.3. The expression of prejudice
136
8.4. Rhetorical operations
139
9. Pragmatic and Conversational Strategies
143
9.1. Speech acts and the structures of opinion interviewing
143
9.2. Dialogical structures and strategies
147
10. Conclusions
153
References
159
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