Gender in Interaction

Perspectives on femininity and masculinity in ethnography and discourse

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| Konstanz University
| Fulda University of Applied Sciences
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In this volume, gender is seen as a communicative achievement and as a social category interacting with other social parametres such as age, status, prestige, institutional and ethnic frameworks, cultural and situative contexts. The authors come from a variety of backgrounds such as sociology of communication, anthropological linguistics, sociolinguistics, social psychology, and text linguistics. Masculinity and femininity are conceived of as varying culturally, historically and contextually. All contributions discuss empirical research of communication and the question of whether (and how) gender is a salient variable in discourse. So, one aim of the book is to trace the varying relevance of gender in interaction. Emotion politics, ideology, body concepts, and speech styles are related to ethnographic description of the contexts within which communication takes
place. These contexts range from private to public communication, and from mixed-sex to same-sex conversations framed by different cultural backgrounds (Australian, German, Georgian, Turkish, US-American).
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 93]  2002.  xxiv, 357 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Helga Kotthoff and Bettina Baron
ix–xxiv
Part I
Gender and interaction: Widening the conceptual scope
Barrie Thorne
3–18
Part II
Girls’ oppositional stances: The interactional accomplishment of gender in nursery school and family life
Jenny Cook-Gumperz
21–49
Constituting the emotions: A longitudinal study of emotion talk in a preschool friendship group of boys
Amy Kyratzis
51–74
Notably gendered relations: Relationship work in early adolescents’ notes
Spencer E. Cahill
75–97
Far from sugar and spice: Teenage girls, embodiment and representation
Gerry Bloustien
99–136
Part III
Masculinities and men’s health
R. W. Connell
139–152
Gender and habitus: Fundamental securities and crisis tendencies among men
Michael Meuser
153–174
“Male honor”: Towards an understanding of the construction of gender relations among youths of Turkish origin
Ralf Bohnsack, Peter Loos and Aglaja Przyborski
175–207
Part IV
Arguing among scholars: Female scientists and their shaping of expertise
Bettina Baron
211–246
Academic women in the male university field: Communicative practices at postgraduate seminars
Britt-Louise Gunnarsson
247–281
Gender, emotion, and poeticity in Georgian mourning rituals
Helga Kotthoff
283–327
Theorizing gender: Feminist awareness and language change
Rachel Giora
329–347
Subject index
349–352
“The volume achieves its aim to 'combine ... data analysis, ethnographic description of various social worlds ... and theory development' (xii), and gender researchers, as well as discourse analysts and anthropological linguists more generally, will find it worthwhile reading.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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