The concept of "linguistic profiling" is introduced here as the auditory equivalent of visual “racial profiling.” We ultimately argue that linguistic profiling is more finely tuned to diversity among Americans than are dissatisfactory racial classifications that have been used in the courts and for controversial...
Thinking a bit this morning about the cognitive biases involved in dialect differences and how they impact racist ideas and help effect racist policies. John Baugh’s work on linguistic profiling seems like a good place to start.
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David Dylan Thomas, this might make an interesting example for your cognitive bias research. Baugh apparently has some papers with case studies that may be illustrative.
Since it’s a PDF and I’m on mobile right now:
What’s the gist?
I’d associate it with profiling according to handwriting, but the authors it’s the pendant to visual profiling …
Basically profiling based on how a person sounds, their dialect, accent, the words they choose, etc. To deep a topic for 280 characters certainly. Even a short pdf chapter isn’t enough.
The comedian Kaya Yanar is likely an interesting subject then.
Take youtube.com/watch?v=rYU95e… as of 1:12 (in German, listen to the dialect even if you cannot understand the words).