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by Sara Mills

Author: Sara Mills
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 24, 1995)
Pages: 296 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.7
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List of Contributors. Introduction, Sara Mills. Section 1: Position Papers: Difference or Dominance. Section 2: Lesbian Poetics. 3. Constructing a lesbian poetic for survival, Liz Yorke.

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Bridging the gap: Interdisciplinary insights into the securitization of poverty. and occupational nouns: has linguistic change occurred in job advertisements since the French feminisation reforms?. Discourse & Society, Vol. 23, Issue. Alhassan, Salifu Nantogma 2014.

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Pronunciation Assessment. Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Sara Kennedy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education at. Concordia University in Montreal, Canada

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Mills and Mullany cover a wide range of contemporary feminist theories and emphasise the importance of an interdisciplinary approach.

This volume examines important themes in the theoretical debates on the relationship of language and gender. It analyses this relationship across a range of different disciplinary perspectives from linguistics, literary theory, cultural studies and visual analysis. The focus of the book goes beyond an analysis of women's language to discuss the complexities of gendered language with chapters on lesbian poetics, the language of girls and boys and the relationship between gender and genre.