Constructions, Deconstructions, and Reconstructions: Competing Canadian Discourses on Ethnocultural Terminology

Karim H. Karim

Abstract


Abstract: Dominant, oppositional, alternative, and populist discourses compete with each other through their respective uses of ethnocultural terminology to develop inclusive or exclusive symbolic constructions of Canadian society. Résumé: Les discours dominant, d'opposition, altérnatif et populiste rivalisent les uns avec les autres par leur utilisation respective de la terminologie ethnoculturelle afin d'élaborer des constructions symboliques de la société canadienne qui englobent ou qui excluent.

Keywords


Ethnocultural terminology; Cultural discourse; Dominant discourse; Multiculturalism; Canadian society

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.1993v18n2a744

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