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1. Write a 500 words essay describing the assumptions you see embedded in the vocabulary of war. How does this language frame its subjects? Can you critically break down elements of the worldview that make this vocabulary make sense in the cultural context of the text you have chosen?

    -Locate a text in which the vocabulary of war is being used to describe something other than actual, physical collective violence. Your text can be a newspaper article, the text of a political speech, a song or poem. 

           -Or look up the famous “War on Drugs” or the lyrics of Christian hymns about Soldiers of the Lord. 

           -Or see if you can find a politician calling for an army of volunteers to fight homelessness. 

2.  Include citation
.

1. Write a 500 words essay describing the assumptions you see embedded in the vocabulary of war. How does this language frame its subjects? Can you critically break down elements of the worldview that make this vocabulary make sense in the cultural context of the text you have chosen?

    -Locate a text in which the vocabulary of war is being used to describe something other than actual, physical collective violence. Your text can be a newspaper article, the text of a political speech, a song or poem. 

           -Or look up the famous “War on Drugs” or the lyrics of Christian hymns about Soldiers of the Lord. 

           -Or see if you can find a politician calling for an army of volunteers to fight homelessness. 

2.  Include citation
.

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1. Write a 500 words essay describing the assumptions you see em.docx

  1. 1. 1. Write a 500 words essay describing the assumptions you see embedded in the vocabulary of war. How does this language frame its subjects? Can you critically break down elements of the worldview that make this vocabulary make sense in the cultural context of the text you have chosen? -Locate a text in which the vocabulary of war is being used to describe something other than actual, physical collective violence. Your text can be a newspaper article, the text of a political speech, a song or poem. -Or look up the famous “War on Drugs” or the lyrics of Christian hymns about Soldiers of the Lord. -Or see if you can find a politician calling for an army of volunteers to fight homelessness. 2. Include citation

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