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by Bonnie McElhinny

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Bonnie McElhinny
Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (July 28, 2020)
Social Sciences
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It crosses disciplinary boundaries, and, as a bare minimum, could be said to encompass work notionally housed within applied linguistics, linguistic anthropology, conversation analysis, cultural studies, feminist media studies, feminist psychology, gender studies, interactional sociolinguistics, linguistics, mediated stylistics, sociolinguistics and media studies.

Sex differentiation in Baghdadi Arabic. Erickson, Bonnie, Lind, E. Allan, Johnson, Bruce C. & O'Barr, William (1978). Speech style and impression formation in a court setting. Aries, Elizabeth J. (1976). Interaction patterns and themes of male, female and mixed groups. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 14, 266–79.

1 Growing into a gender role . 2 Gender roles in adulthood . 3 Gender and power . 5 Gender and standard . 1 The ethnography of communication . Care must be take that the choice of informants be random and thus not subject to the possible bias of the field worker, linguist.

Overly dichotomous ideas of gender pervade Western society in ways that must be challenged.

Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 July 1999, pp. 171-195. Print publication: July 1999. Overly dichotomous ideas of gender pervade Western society in ways that must be challenged.

See a Problem? We’d love your help. Because, however, it is important that challenging exaggerated notions of difference does not simply result in women assimilating to male, or mainstream, norms, feminist scholars must simultaneously document and describe the value of attitudes and behaviors long considered 'feminine.

Theorizing gender in sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology: Toward effective interventions in gender inequity. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Bonnie McElhinny is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto, Canada.

It is the main source of communication. A major concern of this book is to examine possible relationships between ‘linguistic items’ on the one hand and concepts such as ‘power,’ ‘solidarity,’ etc. on the other. The possible relationships have long intrigued investigators. to see what light they throw on each other. That is not an easy task.