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About the article
Tyanna Slobe is a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California Los Angeles. As a Linguistic Anthropologist, her research interests include intersections of language and identity, socioeconomic mobility, gender, embodiment, and media. She conducts fieldwork in Santiago, Chile.
Published Online: 2016-08-24
Published in Print: 2016-09-01