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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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'Gender and Language Research Methodologies provides researchers with a rare and detailed look into the specialized application of research methods to questions of language and gender.' - Discourse& Society
JULIETA OJEDA ALBA is Associate Professor of American Literature, University of La Rioja, Spain PAUL BAKER is Senior Lecturer, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, UK JUDITH BAXTER is Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Aston University, UK HAROLD CASTANEDA-PENA teaches 'Gender, language and identity' in the School of Language and Communication at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia ROSA JIMENEZ CATALAN is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of La Rioja, Spain NIGEL EDLEY is Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Nottingham Trent University, UK ANNA KRISTINA HULTGREN, Faculty of English, University of Oxford, UK LAUREL KAMADA is a professor at Aomori Akenohoshi College in Japan CELIA KITZINGER is Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Conversation Analysis and Director of the Feminist Conversation Analysis Unit at the University of York, UK VERONIKA KOLLER is Lecturer in English Language at Lancaster University, UK KONSTANTIA KOSETZI, Lancaster University, UK WILLIAM LEAP is Professor, Department of Anthropology at the American University, Washington DC, USA JANET MAYBIN is a Senior Lecturer in Language and Communication at the Open University, UK LOUISE MULLANY MULLANY is Lecturer in Sociolinguistics at the University of Nottingham, UK PIA PICHLER is a Lecturer in Linguistics at Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK HELEN SAUNTSON is a Lecturer in English Language at Birmingham University, UK ELIZABETH STOKOE is Reader in Social Interaction and Social Psychology Programme Director at Loughborough University, UK JOAN SWANN works in the Centre for Language and Communications at the Open University, UK MARGARET WETHERELL is Professor of Social Psychology, The Open University, UK RUTH WODAK is Distinguished Professor of Discourse Studies, Lancaster University, UK, and was previously Professor of Applied Linguistics in the University of Vienna
Notes on Contributors Current Research Methodologies in Gender and Language Study: Key Issues; J.Sunderland& L.Litosseliti PART 1: SOCIOLINGUISTICS AND ETHNOGRAPHY Sociolinguistic and Ethnographic Approaches to Language and Gender; J.Swann& J.Maybin Reconstructing the Sex Dichotomy in Language and Gender Research: Some Advantages of Using Correlational Sociolinguistics; A.K.Hultgren Negotiating Methodologies: Making Language and Gender Relevant in the Professional Workplace; L.Mullany Gender, Ethnicity and Religion in Spontaneous Talk and Ethnographic-Style Interviews: Balancing Perspectives of Researcher and Researched; P.Pichler PART 2: CORPUS LINGUISTICS 'Eligible' Bachelors and 'Frustrated' Spinsters: Corpus Linguistics, Gender and Language; P.Baker Perpetuating Difference? Corpus Linguistics and the Gendering of Reported Dialogue; K.Harrington The English Vocabulary of Girls and Boys: Similarities or Differences? Evidence From a Quantitative Study; R.Jimenez Catalan& J.Ojeda AlbaPART 3: CONVERSATION ANALYSIS Conversation Analysis: Technical Matters for Gender Research; C.Kitzinger Categories, Actions and Sequences: Formulating Gender in Talk-In-Interaction; E.Stokoe PART 4: DISCURSIVE PSYCHOLOGY Discursive Psychology and the Study of Gender: A Contested Space; N.Edley& M.Wetherell Discursive 'Embodied' Identities of 'Half' Girls in Japan: A Multiperspective Approach; L.Kamada PART 5: CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS Controversial Issues in Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis; R.Wodak CEOs and 'Working Gals': The Textual Representation and Cognitive Conceptualisation of Businesswomen in Different Discourse Communities; V.Koller Harnessing a Critical Discourse Analysis of Gender in Television Fiction; K.Kosetzi PART 6: FEMINIST POST-STRUCTURALIST DISCOURSE ANALYSIS Feminist Post-Structuralist Discourse Analysis - A New Theoretical and Methodological Approach?; J.Baxter Interwoven and Competing Gendered Discourses in a Preschool EFL Lesson; H.Castaneda-Pena PART 7: QUEER THEORY The Contributions of Queer Theory to Gender and Language Research; H.Sauntson Queering Gay Men's English; W.Leap References Index