Linguistic Inequality

As anthropologists, we are interested in how language ideologies affect people’s social experience and especially how they contribute to linguistic inequality. First describe at least one example of linguistic inequality you observed in the film Pidgin: The Voice of Hawaii. What language ideologies do you think contribute to that form of linguistic inequality?
Second, describe an example of language ideology and/or linguistic discrimination from your own life. (This could be something you have experienced personally. or something you have observed.)
Finally, share anything else that you thought was interesting from the film or reading this week.