Argumentation 12 (4):445-480 (1998)
|Abstract||I begin by examining three factors which enable the term âpolitical correctnessâ (hereafter PC) itself to feed into the hands of its opponents: namely, the trivialization of the actual issues which are attributed to PC, the villainization of those involved in the PC movement, and the conferring of a sense of legitimacy on the opposition movement|
|Keywords||Academic freedom discrimination freedom of expression harassment homophobia inclusive language policies offensiveness political correctness racism sexism|
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