Language and woman's place [electronic resource] : text and commentaries / Robin Tolmach Lakoff ; edited by Mary Bucholtz.
- Rev. and expanded ed.
- New York : Oxford University Press, 2004.
- Studies in language and gender.
Studies in language and gender
1 online resource (322 p.)
- Women -- Language.
Sexism in language.
English language -- Sex differences.
- Electronic books.
- Editor's Introduction. Author's Introduction. Language and Woman's Place: The Original Text with Annotations by Author. Part 1: Context. 1. Changing Places: Language and Woman's Place in Context, Mary Bucholtz. 2. ""Radical Feminist"" as Label, Libel, and Laudatory Chant: The Politics of Theoretical Taxonomies in Feminist Linguistics, Bonnie McElhinny. 3. Positioning Ideas and Gendered Subjects: ""Women's Language"" Revisited, Sally McConnell-Ginet. 4. Language and Woman's Place: Picking Up the Gauntlet, Anna Livia. Part 2: Concepts. 5. Power, Lady, and Linguistic Politeness in Language and Wo
- Cover; Contents; Contributors; Editor's Introduction; Author's Introduction: Language and Woman's Place Revisited; THE ORIGINAL TEXT: with Annotations by the Author; Language and Woman's Place; Preface; Part I: Language and Woman's Place; 1. Introduction; 2. Talking Like a Lady; 3. Talking about Women; 4. Conclusion; Part II: Why Women Are Ladies; 1. Introduction; 2. Forms of Politeness; 3. Women and Politeness; 4. Conclusion; Bibliography; Annotations; COMMENTARIES; Part I: Contexts; 1 Changing Places: Language and Woman's Place in Context
2 "Radical Feminist" as Label, Libel, and Laudatory Chant: The Politics of Theoretical Taxonomies in Feminist Linguistics3 Positioning Ideas and Gendered Subjects: "Women's Language" Revisited; 4 Language and Woman's Place: Picking Up the Gauntlet; Part II: Concepts; 5 Power, Lady, and Linguistic Politeness in Language and Woman's Place; 6 Cultural Patterning in Language and Woman's Place; 7 The Good Woman; 8 Language and Marginalized Places; Part III: Femininities; 9 Exploring Women's Language in Japanese
10 "Women's Language" and Martha Stewart: From a Room of One's Own to a Home of One's Own to a Corporation of One's Own11 Public Discourse and the Private Life of Little Girls: Language and Woman's Place and Language Socialization; 12 Mother's Place in Language and Woman's Place; Part IV: Power; 13 Doing and Saying: Some Words on Women's Silence; 14 Computer-Mediated Communication and Woman's Place; 15 Linguistic Discrimination and Violence against Women: Discursive Practices and Material Effects; 16 What Does a Focus on "Men's Language" Tell Us about Language and Woman's Place?
Part V: Women's Places17 Gender, Identity, and "Strong Language" in a Professional Woman's Talk; 18 The New (and Improved?) Language and Place of Women in Japan; 19 "I'm Every Woman": Black Women's (Dis)placement in Women's Language Study; 20 The Anguish of Normative Gender: Sociolinguistic Studies among U.S. Latinas; 21 Contradictions of the Indigenous Americas: Feminist Challenges to and from the Field; Part VI: Sexualities; 22 Language and Woman's Place: Blueprinting Studies of Gay Men's English; 23 The Way We Wish We Were: Sexuality and Class in Language and Woman's Place
24 "I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar": The Importance of Linguistic Stereotype for Lesbian Identity Performances25 As Much as We Use Language: Lakoff's Queer Augury; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z
- Originally published: New York: Harper & Row, 1975.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Bucholtz, Mary, 1966-
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