In these chapters Lippi Green discussed openly through examples that how language subordination had negatively affected the speakers of different languages resides in the United States. Since the 18th century this is the problem that persists in the United States where people are still facing discrimination due to their non-American accent. The author raised several evidences to support her arguments therefore; she used several authentic information and facts and figures in her findings from 1800 to onward. America has been the house for several immigrants and people are visiting this country for several reasons, but no matter how long they lived in the United States they are unable to learn the accent of Native Americans. Lippi Green had strongly opposed discrimination on the basis of language and accent and called it just a myth. The topic has been researched by several well known researchers and authors across the world in different eras and they did their level best to discuss different aspects of language discrimination. The effect of such efforts can be seen in the modern society where people have learned to ignore some traditional questions such as race, ethnicity, culture, accent, etc. unfortunately, such things are not completely eliminated from the American society and authors like Lippi Green still needs to work on this issue.
To look at the issue of language discrimination in the United States, the Author Lippi Green used several authentic and genuine sources. To discuss the issue clearly, Lippi Green used a comparison of political cartoons, US census, historical data of World War II to understand the types of immigrants to the US and an in-depth analysis of the literature of other well known authors. Apart from such sources, the author used a group of frameworks to further clarify this topic. The author used to include her casual observation, legitimated data taken from journals and many latest tools to sketch the ...Show more