Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics: The Handbook of Language and Gender
- Notes on Contributors
- Different Voices, Different Views: An Introduction to Current Research in Language and Gender and
- Part I History and Theoretical Background to the Study of Language and Gender
- 1 Theorizing Gender in Sociolinguistics and Linguistic Anthropology
- 2 Theories of Discourse as Theories of Gender: Discourse Analysis in Language and Gender Studies
- 3 “What’s in a Name?” Social Labeling and Gender Practices
- 4 Variation in Language and Gender
- 5 Language and Desire
- 6 “One Man in Two is a Woman”: Linguistic Approaches to Gender in Literary Texts
- Part II Negotiating Relations
- Part III Authenticity and Place
- 12 Crossing Genders, Mixing Languages: The Linguistic Construction of Transgenderism in Tonga
- 13 Claiming a Place: Gender, Knowledge, and Authority as Emergent Properties
- 14 Constructing and Managing Male Exclusivity in Talk-in-interaction
- 15 Exceptional Speakers: Contested and Problematized Gender Identities
- 16 Language and Gender in Adolescence
- 17 Language and Gendered Modernity
- 18 A Marked Man: The Contexts of Gender and Ethnicity
- Part IV Stereotypes and Norms
- 19 Gender and Language Ideologies
- 20 Gender Stereotypes: Reproduction and Challenge
- 21 Gender and Identity: Representation and Social Action and
- 22 Prestige, Cultural Models, and Other Ways of Talking About Underlying Norms and Gender
- 23 Communicating Gendered Professional Identity: Competence, Cooperation, and Conflict in the Workplace , , and
- 24 Linguistic Sexism and Feminist Linguistic Activism
- Part V Institutional Discourse
- 25 “Feminine” Workplaces: Stereotype and Reality and
- 26 Creating Gendered Demeanors of Authority at Work and at Home
- 27 Schooled Language: Language and Gender in Educational Settings
- 28 Coercing Gender: Language in Sexual Assault Adjudication Processes
- 29 Multiple Identities: The Roles of Female Parliamentarians in the EU Parliament
- Epilogue: Reflections on Language and Gender Research
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