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Language, gender, and sex in comparative perspective

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages -- Sex differences.,
  • Language and languages -- Physiological aspects.,
  • Children -- Language.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Susan U. Philips, Susan Steele, and Christine Tanz.
    SeriesStudies in the social and cultural foundations of language ;, no. 4
    ContributionsPhilips, Susan Urmston., Steele, Susan., Tanz, Christine.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP120.S48 L35 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 333 p. ;
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2723491M
    ISBN 100521328497, 0521338077
    LC Control Number86017086

    Gender and language studies to date have evolved from frameworks largely designed and imposed by men, to a feminist perspective aimed at exposing sexism in language and further to studies that consider paradigms of dominance and difference in language from a variety of perspectives. Gender studies, feminist studies and sociolinguistic studies all. language itself from the perspective of morphology, syntax, semantics etc. The other is to study gender differ-ence in terms of pragmatics, discourse modes, speech styles and so on. Jesperson is the pioneer in the study of language and gender. His book Language: It’s Nature, DevelopmentFile Size: 2MB.

    The gender gap in comparative perspective. Gender differences in abstract ideology and concrete issues in Western Europe. Authors. TED G. JELEN, Corresponding author. Although the ‘gender gap’ in Western democratic publics has received an increasing amount of scholarly attention, one interesting anomaly has not been addressed. A pair of developmental studies: large differences in lateralization of language-related functions between male and female infants at three and six months of age (D. W. Shucard et al., Electrophysiological activity in infancy, in Philips, Steele and Tanz, Eds., Language gender and sex in comparative perspective, ).

      Comparatively Speaking: Gender and Rhetoric addresses both the theory and history of rhetoric. The development and establishment of gender studies has called into question the possibility of talking about language in universal terms and this questioning extends to the social usages of language with which rhetoric has traditionally been associated. Three theories have attempted to explain how children become socialized to speak in ways that are tied to gender in their culture. First, language socialization theory introduced the idea that children learn the values and “ethnotheories” of their culture through participating in its language routines (Ochs, , p. 2).As Ochs () explains, “knowledge of how language relates to.


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Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective - edited by Susan U. Philips June Most studies of gender differences in language use have been undertaken from exclusively either a sociocultural or a biological perspective. By contrast, this innovative volume places the analysis of language and gender in the context of a biocultural framework, examining both cultural and biological sources of gender differences in language, as well as the interaction between them.

Get this from a library. Language, gender, and sex in comparative perspective. [Susan Urmston Philips; Susan Steele; And sex in comparative perspective book Tanz;] -- Most studies of gender differences in language use have been undertaken from exclusively either a sociocultural or a biological perspective.

By contrast, this innovative volume places the analysis of. [ Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective[ LANGUAGE, GENDER, AND SEX IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE ] By Philips, Susan U.

(Author)Jun Paperback By Philips, Susan U. (Author) Paperback ] [Susan U. Philips] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. : Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective (Studies in the Social and Cultural Foundations of Language) (): Philips, Susan U.: BooksAuthor: Susan U.

Philips. The information in this section comes from D. Shucard et al., Electrophysiological activity in infancy, in Philips, Steele and Tanz, Eds., Language gender and sex in comparative perspective, The studies used measurements of Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEP).

In the AEP technique, recordings are gender from scalp electrodes. Language, gender and sex in comparative perspective Add library to Favorites Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on.

Judith Butler's Gender Trouble had significant influence on language and gender studies, and the categories were being questioned even a bit earlier (see for example Philips, Steele, and Tanz's Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective () for critical treatments of social and biological scholarship, though not of the two terms.

Gender, Sexuality, and Language. This accessible book looks at how we talk about sex and why we talk about it the way we do. Drawing on examples. The study of gender and language in sociolinguistics and gender studies is often said to have begun with Robin Lakoff's book, Language and Woman's Place, as well as some earlier studies by Lakoff.

The study of language and gender has developed greatly since the : (See verb page). For instance, here are a few of the many cases where Japanese men and women traditionally use different lexical items to express the same meaning (examples from Janet Shibamoto, The Womanly Woman, in Philips et al., Eds., "Language, gender and sex in comparative perspective").

mixed-sex group, same sex, differe nt sex, English language teaching Gender differences, which are socially and culturally constructed, are one of the Author: Murni Mahmud. Electrophysiological Activity in Infancy in R. Philips (Ed) Language, Gender and Sex in Comparative Perspective, Oxford: Oxford University Press Stern, H.

Language Learning and Teaching. The Role of Language and Gender Behaviour in the Family - Kerstin Engelmann - Seminar Paper - English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay Christine Tanz: Language, gender, and sex in comparative perspective.

New York: Cambridge University Press, In Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective, Susan Philips, Susan Steele and Christine Tanz, eds.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. "Concurrent Operations on Talk: Notes on the Interactive Organization of. Gender, Sex and Language. There have been various social and cultural representation of gender, mainly due to mass media’s contribution in creating an ideal portrayal that has influenced the way society perceive gender over the years.

Sexed Texts explores the complex role that language plays in the construction of sexuality and gender, two concepts that are often discussed separately, although in practice are closely intertwined. The book draws on a range of theoretical perspectives and published research including performativity theory, feminism, queer studies, psychoanalytical theory, Marxism.

As a point of departure, Gender and Language defines gender along two key dimensions. First, gender is a key element of social relationships often loosely linked to perceived differences between the sexes. Gender relations are encoded in linguistic and symbolic representations, normative concepts, social practices, institutions and social.

Most people, when they think of work on language and gender, probably think of works like linguist Deborah Tannen’s You Just Don’t Understand or perhaps even psychologist John Gray’s Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus—studies of “miscommunications” between women and men in heterosexualearly studies of gender by academics often.

It covers the main topics, beginning with a clear discussion of gender and of the resources that the linguistic system offers for the construction of social meaning. The body of the book offers unprecedented breadth and depth in its This is a new introduction to the study of the relation between gender and language use, written by two of the /5.

“Despite the rather unoriginal title, Language, Gender and Sexual Identity: Poststructuralist perspectives is an extremely original thing that this reviewer greatly appreciated was the author's synchronic and diachronic comparative linguistic approach in order to put gender in a wider perspective, and question the naturalness of gender in any one Pages: Phillipps K C () Language and class in Victorian England.

Oxford: Blackwell; Phillips S () Review of Women in their Speech Communities, in Language in Soci; Phillips S et al eds () Language, gender and sex in comparative perspective. Cambridge: CUP. Goodwin, Marjorie H. and Goodwin, Charles () `Children's Arguing', in Susan U.

Philips, Susan Steele and Christine Tanz (eds) Language, Gender and Sex in Comparative Perspective, pp. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Google ScholarCited by: