Discursive Identity Reconstruction
Proposition 14 in Chapter 3 calls for research that would try to predict (reconstruct) certain characteristics of the participants in a discourse from their discourse. The question asked in this chapter is whether such information as the sex, age, and race of the participants in the previous discourse on the Levin-Chambers case (Chapter 4) can be determined by neutral observers from reading the discourse alone.
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