Gender and language research methodologies

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 332 pages
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This is the first book that draws together the main current methodological approaches to the study of language and gender. Approaches include Sociolinguistics, Conversation analysis, Corpus linguistics, Critical discourse analysis, Feminist post-structuralist discourse analysis, Discursive psychology and Queer theory.

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Contents

Sociolinguistics and Ethnography
6
List of Tables and Figures
16
Sociolinguistic and Ethnographic Approaches
21
Copyright

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\KATE HARRINGTON is a consultant for the New School in New York. 
 
LIA LITOSSELITI is a Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at City University, London, UK. Her most recent books are Gender and Language (2006) and Using Focus Groups in Research (2003).
 
HELEN SAUNTSON is a Lecturer in English Language at Birmingham University, UK. Recent publications include (with Sakis Kyratzis) Language, Sexualities and Desires: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (2007) and (with Liz Morrish) New Perspectives on Language and Sexual Identity (2007). 
 
JANE SUNDERLAND is a Senior Lecturer at Lancaster University, UK. Her most recent books are Language and Gender: An Advanced Resource Book (2006) and Gendered Discourses (2004).