Gendered Practices in Language
The papers collected here explore new themes in current international research on language and gender. They examine beliefs about how men and women should speak, the ways in which norms are enforced and essentialized in language practice, and how individuals actively use socially meaningful linguistic features to contest norms and construct identities.
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- Sarah Bunin Benor, Mary Rose, Devyani Sharma, Julie Sweetland, Qing Zhang
- Paperback | 350 pages
- 153 x 228 x 23.11mm | 580g
- Publication date
- 10 Jun 2002
- Centre for the Study of Language & Information
- Publication City/Country
- Stanford, United States
- Edition Statement