Theory of linguistic relativity (Sapir-Whorf hypothesis)

Video credit: Samantha Zucker, “Introduction to Linguistic Relativity” May 23, 2012, via Vimeo.

Before watching this video, it is necessary to point out that the term “theory of linguistic relativity” tends to be used as a synonym by scholars.

While watching the video, try to think of the strengths and shortcomings of the theory of linguistic relativity.

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