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The handbook of language and gender [electronic resource] / edited by Janet Holmes and Miriam Meyerhoff.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2005
Imprint:
Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2005.
Format:
  • Book
  • xv, 759 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Different voices, different views: an introduction to current research in language and gender / Janet Holmes, Miriam Meyerhoff
  • PART I. HISTORY AND THEORETICAL BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE AND GENDER
  • Theorizing gender in sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology / Bonnie McElhinny
  • Theories of discourse as theories of gender: discourse analysis in language and gender studies / Mary Bucholtz
  • "What's in a name?" Social labeling and gender practices / Sally McConnell-Ginet
  • Variation in language and gender / Suzanne Romaine
  • Language and desire / Don Kulick
  • "One man in two is a woman": linguistic approaches to gender in literary texts / Anna Livia
  • PART II. NEGOTIATING RELATIONS
  • Language, gender, and politics: putting "women" and "power" in the same sentence / Robin Lakoff
  • Gender and family interaction / Deborah Tannen
  • Gender and power in on-line communication / Susan C. Herring
  • Relevance of ethnicity, class, and gender in children's peer negotiations / Marjorie Harness Goodwin
  • Power of gender ideologies in discourse / Susan U. Philips
  • PART III. AUTHENTICITY AND PLACE
  • Crossing genders, mixing languages: the linguistic construction of transgenderism in Tonga / Niko Besnier
  • Claiming a place: gender, knowledge, and authority as emergent properties / Miriam Meyerhoff
  • Constructing and managing male exclusivity in talk-in-interaction / Jack Sidnell
  • Exceptional speakers: contested and problematized gender identities / Kira Hall
  • Language and gender in adolescence / Penelope Eckert
  • Language and gendered modernity / William L. Leap
  • Marked man: the contexts of gender and ethnicity / Sara Trechter
  • PART IV. STEREOTYPES AND NORMS
  • Gender and language ideologies / Deborah Cameron
  • Gender stereotypes: reproduction and challenge / Mary Talbot
  • Gender and identity: representation and social action / Ann Weatherall, Cindy Gallois
  • Prestige, cultural models, and other ways of talking about underlying norms and gender / Scott Fabius Kiesling
  • Communicating gendered professional identity: competence, cooperation, and conflict in the workplace / Caja Thimm ... [et al.]
  • Linguistic sexism and feminist linguistic activism / Anne Pauwels
  • PART V. INSTITUTIONAL DISCOURSE
  • "Feminine" workplaces: stereotype and reality / Janet Holmes, Maria Stubbe
  • Creating gendered demeanors of authority at work and at home / Shari Kendall
  • Schooled language: language and gender in educational settings / Joan Swann
  • Coercing gender: language in sexual assault adjudication processes / Susan Ehrlich
  • Multiple identities: the roles of female parliamentarians in the EU parliament / Ruth Wodak
  • Epilogue: Reflections on language and gender research / Alice F. Freed
Reproduction:
Electronic reproduction. New York, N.Y. : Blackwell, 2008. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on June 27, 2008). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions.
Contributor:
Holmes, Janet, 1947-
Meyerhoff, Miriam.
Related Work:
Blackwell reference online.
Series:
Blackwell handbooks in linguistics ; 13.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9781405166133
1405166134

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