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“…They were not least initiated by the speech Remarks at the University of Michigan Commencement Ceremony in Ann Abor by George H. W. Bush at the University of Michigan in May 1991 (Bush, 1991). In this speech, the President of the United States warned strongly against “censorship” of academic discourse for reasons of “political correctness.” Newfield (1993, p. 310) has argued that these controversies around “political correctness” were not least “fights about the types of politics that cultural intellectuals should be allowed to present to society.”…”
Section: Public Controversies As Battles For Cultural Hegemonymentioning
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“…They were not least initiated by the speech Remarks at the University of Michigan Commencement Ceremony in Ann Abor by George H. W. Bush at the University of Michigan in May 1991 (Bush, 1991). In this speech, the President of the United States warned strongly against “censorship” of academic discourse for reasons of “political correctness.” Newfield (1993, p. 310) has argued that these controversies around “political correctness” were not least “fights about the types of politics that cultural intellectuals should be allowed to present to society.”…”
Section: Public Controversies As Battles For Cultural Hegemonymentioning
“…apontam que, se a reforma da linguagem for suficiente para a promoção da tolerância, então a reação contra esta reforma (o posicionamento contrário ao PC) poderia viabilizar atitudes e crenças menos tolerantes. Para Newfield (1993), a resposta moderada ao PC espelhou o axioma da direita de que a livre circulação de ideias foi assediada pelos efeitos repressivos das agendas políticas.…”
Section: Aversão Ao Politicamente Corretounclassified
“…To undermine a commitment to equal outcomes and hence affirmative action, neo-liberal governments retreat to a 'blaming the victim' position by marshalling such arguments as the need for freedom of speech. But of course freedom of speech collapses to ridding our culture of the unnecessary constraints of 'political correctness' (Newfield, 1993;Wark, 1995) while simultaneously authorizing a discourse of derision (Kenway, 1990). The empirical evidence though, overwhelmingly supports the view (Teese et al, 1995;Dwyer, 1996) that the outcomes of schooling are still very much skewed in favour of those groups who are already advantaged in society.…”
Section: The Development and Implementation Of The National Curriculummentioning