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by Jennifer Coates

Robert Podesva, Georgetown University.

Robert Podesva, Georgetown University. Janet Holmes, Victoria University of Wellington.

The book takes the reader from an initial ¿men talk like this; women talk like that¿ approach to a more nuanced idea of women and men performing gender in their everyday interactions.

Kathryn Remlinger is Associate Professor of English: Linguistics at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan.

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In this pioneering book, bestselling author Jennifer Coates explores linguistic gender differences, introducing the reader .

Lexical Ambiguity in Poetry soon peng su. Understanding Metaphor in Literature gerard steen.

Coates, Jennifer (1988). London: Writers & Readers Publishing Cooperative Society. In Jennifer Coates & Deborah Cameron (ed., 94–122. Coates, Jennifer & Cameron, Deborah (ed. (1988). Women in their speech communities. Spender, Dale (1984). Defining reality: a powerful tool.

Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Jennifer Coates looks at all-female conversation and builds on Deborah Tannen's ideas. She returns to tag questions - to which Robin Lakoff drew attention in 1975. Her work looks in detail at some of the ideas that Lakoff originated and Tannen carried further. One theory was "house talk".

This wide-ranging Reader comprises a valuable anthology of the key essays in the study of language and gender.
Great textbook. very informative. I kept it after I used it in class to read at a later date. Anyone would benefit from reading this book. It is an easy read for a textbook
Love it, good book!!!
It is an interesting review regarding speech and gender identity, colected not only works from important researchers in the field, but also have a nice selection of the topics.
This is an introductly book for gender issues in the sociolinguistic context. You will find what meanings and problems are hiding behind language use, especially women's language. Aritcles in the book are intresting and easy to read.
Language and Gender: A Reader ebook
Jennifer Coates
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Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (February 12, 1998)
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