Read this book called Bonvillain, Nancy. (2014/2011). Language, Culture, and Communication: The Meaning of Messages. Seventh or Sixth Edition. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall. answer the question below:
Choose one of the institutional settings analyzed in Bonvillain\’s chapter 13 and explain how communicative norms and particular linguistic strategies help to create and maintain what Jurgen Habermas has called a \”technocratic consciousness,\” undergirding expert authority (p. 362-87, 7th ed.; p. 354-79, 6th ed.). Drawing on the text and/or your own experience, do you believe \”technocratic consciousness\” can (or should) be resisted? Why or why not?