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Language, Gender and Disney Princesses
With billions of dollars in box office and retail sales, the films in Disney's Princess collection have an immense reach. And while entertaining, their messages can also be influential in how children learn about social norms and behaviors. In this Q&A, NC State graduate student Karen Eisenhauer discusses her research on how language in the Disney Princess movies can depict and represent gender roles.
PBS Selects Cherokee Film for National Run
PBS has selected First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee, a film produced by NC State's North Carolina Language and Life Project, for national distribution to its member stations throughout 2016. A new American Indian broadband TV channel, Tribal TV, is also screening the film.
So Long, Drawl
For more than half a century, the familiar Southern accent has been fading in Raleigh. Its disappearance has been so slow and so subtle that locals may not have noticed. Robin Dodsworth, an associate professor in sociolinguistics at NC State, the decline tells the story of rapid social change across the urban South.
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Studying language in North Carolina is like dying and going to Dialect Heaven.
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