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este assunto não é novo, mas fiquei com uma dúvida, devido ao jogo das palavras, edição 29.
Encontrei no dicionário -> yokel = caipira, este termo se trata apenas de substantivo?? É utilizdo para dizer algo como "O caipira trabalha em sua horta." ou pode ser um adjetivo, como em "frango caipira", "vida caipira", etc??
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Caipira seems to be a backwards person (because of his limited education), right?
hillbilly = folksy and unsophisticated like the clampets in the Beverly Hillbillies, an old television sitcom (situational comedy). http://www.thefreedictionary.com/hillbilly redneck = they have a slightly negative political connotation of being prejudiced and politically incorrect, disrespecting the law, they are "good ol' boys", conservative, not believing that women are their equals, like the Dukes of Hazard sitcom. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/redneck yokel = is an uncomplementary term for an uneducated person, like the Dukes of Hazard, a yokel is thought to be gullible because of his unworldliness, and down to earth in his simple tastes with a healthy appetite for pretty women. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/yokel country bumpkin = a synonym for yokel http://www.thefreedictionary.com/bumpkin
Rednecks are not only in the American Southwest. The redneck mentality is also prevalent in the Eastern, Northern Deep South and Central states.
1."Idaho would definitely fall into the 'redneck' demographic though."
2. "The term has been used for different groups in different time periods. The most common American usage, that of the working class rural white Southerner, is generally believed to derive from individuals having a red neck caused by working outdoors in the sunlight over the course of their lifetime.
In the Dictionary of American Regional English, the earliest citation of the term in this context is from 1830, as "a name bestowed upon the Presbyterians of Fayetteville [North Carolina]". A citation from 1893 provides a definition as "poorer inhabitants of the rural districts...men who work in the field, as a matter of course, generally have their skin burned red by the sun, and especially is this true of the back of their necks".
3. Many refer to rednecks as "trailerpark trash" or some other epithet.
4. This video shows redneck humor
5. "The "Dukes of Hazzard" centers around three cousins: Bo, Luke, and Daisy Duke who live with their Uncle Jesse Duke. They live in Hazzard County, Georgia"
6. "I went to junior high and high school in Grants Pass during the 1970''s. Back then a true Oregon Redneck was the type of person who liked mudbogging, big pickups with bigger tires, rodeo, the American Flag, drinking beer at the drive-in, wearing cowboy boots and western clothes, taking a dip of chew, just about everyone had a ring in their levis back pocket from skoal or coppenhagen."
red·neck (rdnk) n. Offensive Slang 1. Used as a disparaging term for a member of the white rural laboring class, especially in the southern United States. 2. A white person regarded as having a provincial, conservative, often bigoted attitude.
redneck [ˈrɛdˌnɛk] n Disparaging 1. (in the southwestern US) a poor uneducated White farm worker 2. a person or institution that is extremely reactionary