Slavic Gender Linguistics

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| University of Iowa
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This edited volume offers the first comprehensive collection devoted to the study of Slavic gender linguistics by a team of international Slavic linguists. It features eleven highly-original, data-driven contributions representing a variety of approaches to this understudied and underrepresented area of contemporary Slavic linguistics. For those working specifically in the field of gender linguistics, the collection presents the first English-language introduction to this vital area of sociolinguistic research based upon findings from contemporary Russian, Polish, Czech and other Slavic languages. For Slavic linguists, it presents a ground-breaking collection of sociolinguistic studies which advance Russian linguistic theory and further enhance it with new theoretical frameworks and analyses by which to view the Slavic data.
Each of the contributions is sufficiently rich and varied in its conceptual design, theoretical approach, and potential for practical application in graduate seminars or courses in gender linguistics. The linguistic fields addressed by this collection include: pragmatics, discourse analysis, grammar, syntax, literary linguistics, cross-cultural linguistics, diachronic linguistics, and quantitative linguistics.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 61]  1999.  xviii, 251 pp.
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Table of Contents
Background and Introdution
Margaret H. Mills
vii
Referential knowledge in discrourse: Interpretation of (I, You) in male and female speech
Valentina Zaitseva
1
Gender, iconicity, and agreement in Russian
Bernadette J. Urtz
27
A gender linguistic analysis of Mrozek’s Tango
Jill L. Christensen
39
Gender linguistic analysis of Russian children’s literature
Olga T. Yokoyama
57
Gender roles and perception: Russian diminutives in discourse
Edna Andrews
85
Gender and conversational management in Russian
Lenore A. Grenoble
113
“Teacher talk” in the Russian and American classroom: Dominance and cultural framing
Margaret H. Mills
131
Speaker, gender, and the choise of ‘communicatives’ in Russian
Igor Sharonov
153
The rule of feminization in Russian
Barbara M. Mozdzierz
165
Gender-based results of a quantitative analysis of spoken Czech: Contribution to the Czech national corpus
Jitka Sonkova
183
Whence virility? The rise of a new gender distinction in the history of Slavic
Laura A. Janda
201
Index
229
“The volume is undoubtedly a very worthy contribution to our rather imperfect knowledge of the area of Slavic gender linguistics. It should be of interest to every Slavist, sociolinguist and student of gender linguistics in general.”
“[...] this collection is a valuable source of data and salient issues from Slavic languages for cross-linguistic and general studies of languages and gender.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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