By Geoffrey Hughes
During this conscientiously researched, thought-provoking ebook, Geoffrey Hughes examines the trajectory of political correctness and its influence on public life. Focusing at the ancient, semantic, and cultural elements of political correctness, it is going to intrigue someone drawn to this ongoing debate.
- A particular and interesting trip in the course of the trajectory of political correctness and its effect on public lifestyles, concentrating on the old, semantic, and cultural elements of what workstation means
- Explores the origins, development, content material and elegance of political correctness, discussing and examining round 100 phrases and lexical formations, from Chaucer and Shakespeare, Marlowe and rapid, to nursery rhymes, rap and Spike Lee motion pictures, David Mamet, J. M. Coetzee and Philip Larkin
- Offers an in depth semantic research of ways that key phrases were exploited either to enhance the agendas of political correctness and to refute them