Gender Articulated : Language and the Socially Constructed Self

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Gender Articulated : Language and the Socially Constructed Self

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 512 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415913980
  • DDC分類 306.44082

基本説明

New connections between language-related fields and feminist theory.

Full Description


Gender Articulated is a groundbreaking work of sociolinguistics that forges new connections between language-related fields and feminist theory. Refuting apolitical, essentialist perspectives on language and gender, the essays presented here examine a range of cultures, languages and settings. They explicitly connect feminist theory to language research.Some of the most distinguished scholars working in the field of language and gender today discuss such topics as Japanese women's appropriation of "men's language," the literary representation of lesbian discourse, the silencing of women on the Internet, cultural mediation and Spanish use at New Mexican weddings and the uses of silence in the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas hearings.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Introduction: Twenty Years after Language and 1 (24)
Woman's Place
Mary Bucholtz
Kira Hall
Part I: Mechanisms of Hegemony and Control
Cries and Whispers: The Shattering of the 25 (26)
Silence
Robin Tolmach Lakoff
Pregnant Pauses: Silence and Authority in the 51 (16)
Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas Hearings
Norma Mendoza-Denton
``This Discussion Is Going Too Far!'': Male 67 (30)
Resistance to Female Participation on the
Internet
Susan Herring
Deborah A. Johnson
Tamra DiBenedetto
The ``Father Knows Best'' Dynamic in 97 (24)
Dinnertime Narratives
Elinor Ochs
Carolyn Taylor
Managing the Body of Labor: The Treatment of 121(22)
Reproduction and Sexuality in a Therapeutic
Institution
Cathryn Houghton
A Synthetic Sisterhood: False Friends in a 143(26)
Teenage Magazine
Mary Talbot
Part 2: Agency through Appropriation
Language, Gender, and Power: An 169(14)
Anthropological Review
Susan Gal
Lip Service on the Fantasy Lines 183(34)
Kira Hall
Challenging Hegemonic Masculinities: Female 217(28)
and Male Police Officers Handling Domestic
Violence
Bonnie S. McElhinny
``I Ought to Throw a Buick at You'': 245(34)
Fictional Representations of Butch/Femme
Speech
Anna Livia
Bitches and Skankly Hobags: The Place of 279(18)
Women in Contemporary Slang
Laurel A. Sutton
``Tasteless'' Japanese: Less ``Feminine'' 297(32)
Speech Among Young Japanese Women
Shigeko Okamoto
Part 3: Contingent Practices and Emergent Selves
``Are You With Me?'': Power and Solidarity in 329(22)
the Discourse of African American Women
Michele Foster
From Mulatta to Mestiza: Passing and the 351(24)
Lingusitic Reshaping of Ethnic Identity
Mary Bucholtz
``Nobody Is Talking Bad'': Creating Community 375(26)
and Claiming Power on the Production Lines
Tara Goldstein
Reproducing the Discourse of Mothering: How 401(20)
Gendered Talk Makes Gendered Lives
Jenny Cook-Gumperz
Sometimes Spanish, Sometimes English: 421(26)
Language Use among Rural New Mexican Chicanas
Maria Dolores Gonzales Velasquez
The Writing on the Wall: A Border Case of 447(22)
Race and Gender
Birch Moonwomon
Constructing Meaning, Constructing Selves: 469(40)
Snapshots of Language, Gender, and Class from
Belten High
Penelope Eckert
Sally McConnell-Ginet
About the Authors 509