End of ADS-L Digest - 31 Mar 1994 to 1 Apr 1994 *********************************************** There is one message totalling 28 lines in this issue. Topics of the day: 1. Inquiry for examples of linguistic discrimination ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat, 2 Apr 1994 11:04:11 -0700 From: Rudy Troike Subject: Inquiry for examples of linguistic discrimination I'm forwarding an inquiry re examples of linguistic discrimination by a student here at the University of Arizona, which she intended to distribute to ADS-L, but directed to me. I guess she must be on the list, but in replying you might CC: or also address directly to her just in case. --Rudy Troike (rtroike[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]ccit.arizona.edu) Date: Thu, 31 Mar 1994 19:44:03 -0700 (MST) From: TRAPPOLD[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]CCIT.ARIZONA.EDU Subject: RE: Linguistic discrimination Hi. I'm an undergrad at the UofA who is interested in linguistic discrimination. My mother, who grew up in New Orleans, was urged to take a "speech correction" class at LSU so that she'd be better received in the rest of the country. Do you know if counselors still suggest these things, and do these classes still exist? Thanks for any input. Tressa Rappold University of Arizona (not Alabama... I realize saying "UofA" above was not the best idea!)