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Reflecting on Baugh’s linguistic profiling and the ABC coverage of the matter, explain the implications of linguistic profiling for language minorities. What do you think about James Johnson’s case? Evaluate the arguments of the plaintiff and the defendant. Whose argument do you find more convincing and why?
Eddie Pinder: Linguistic Profiling‖
ABC News, 07/12/2007
http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/Video/playerIndex?id=3372801






However, if you want to use an example, you can use me as an Arabic international students studying in the US.
Also, this is the note of my professor.
Language and Discrimination
You have access to the source texts, your notes, and journals. You can either handwrite or type the answers. Your responses must adequately and precisely address the topic in question. Make sure to read each question carefully before answering. Because you have access to the sources, you should also cite your sources. Questions to consider in answering the exam questions:
•What relevant sources (both used in class and your own) can I use?
•What kind of evidence do the authors bring to bear on the issues?
•What specific examples or cases are used?
•How do the videotapes, classroom discussions, my journals
Clarify, modify, challenge or reconfirm the issues

language and Discriminatioin

language and Discriminatioin

Paper details 
Reflecting on Baugh’s linguistic profiling and the ABC coverage of the matter, explain the implications of linguistic profiling for language minorities. What do you think about James Johnson’s case? Evaluate the arguments of the plaintiff and the defendant. Whose argument do you find more convincing and why?
Eddie Pinder: Linguistic Profiling‖
ABC News, 07/12/2007
http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/Video/playerIndex?id=3372801

However, if you want to use an example, you can use me as an Arabic international students studying in the US.
Also, this is the note of my professor.
Language and Discrimination
You have access to the source texts, your notes, and journals. You can either handwrite or type the answers. Your responses must adequately and precisely address the topic in question. Make sure to read each question carefully before answering. Because you have access to the sources, you should also cite your sources. Questions to consider in answering the exam questions:
•What relevant sources (both used in class and your own) can I use?
•What kind of evidence do the authors bring to bear on the issues?
•What specific examples or cases are used?
•How do the videotapes, classroom discussions, my journals
Clarify, modify, challenge or reconfirm the issues

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