Language & Occupation

How does “language” shape our contemporary understanding of “occupation” and how does the historical and contemporary definition of occupation shape our use/creation of language.

How do perceptions of occupation and the use/creation of language collaborate and manifest through political/personal identity making, the designation/assignment of public/political spaces, the establishment of dominant culture and “the other.”

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