By Susan Ehrlich, Miriam Meyerhoff, Janet Holmes
Significantly elevated and up to date, the second one variation of The instruction manual of Language, Gender and Sexuality brings jointly a group of the major experts within the box to create a accomplished evaluation of key ancient subject matters and concerns, besides methodologies and state-of-the-art learn topics.
- Examines the dynamic ways in which men and women improve and deal with gendered identities via their speak, proposing information and case reviews from interactions in various social contexts and diverse communities
- Substantially up-to-date for the second one variation, together with a brand new creation, 24 newly-commissioned chapters, ten up to date chapters, and a complete index
- Includes new chapters on study in non-English conversing international locations – from Asia to South the USA – and state-of-the-art themes similar to language, gender, and pop culture; language and sexual identities; and language, gender, and socio-phonetics
- New sections specialise in key subject matters and concerns within the box, equivalent to methodological ways to language and gender, incorporating new chapters on dialog research, severe discourse research, corpus linguistics, and edition theory
- Provides unrivalled geographic insurance and a vital source for quite a lot of disciplines, from linguistics, psychology, sociology, and anthropology to communique and gender studies
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1 The chapter is organized according to three significant bodies of feminist thought that emerged in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries: difference feminisms, which take gender difference as their starting point and focus on the position of women within structures of gender; critical feminisms, or critiques or extensions of difference perspectives that nevertheless share certain commonalities with them; and queer feminisms, which refocus the field on the problematization of gender and its relationship to sexual identities and practices.
But at other times in history, there have been other “new” technologies, and these enabled a similar compression of space and time through changes in global economic flows to the ones we now think about under the rubric of globalization. What is important for our purposes here is that the historical record shows how, just as new technologies today motivate new ways of thinking about gendered identities, the impact of other technologies in the past also created a context in which gender was central to social and interactional change.
The Handbook of Language, Gender, and Sexuality by Susan Ehrlich, Miriam Meyerhoff, Janet Holmes