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by Linda Longmire,Lisa Merrill
Pages: 328 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Praeger; Revised ed. edition (February 28, 2001)
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By Linda Longmire, Lisa Merrill. Untying the Tongue: Gender, Power, and the Word. By Linda Longmire, Lisa Merrill.
LINDA LONGMIRE is Assistant Professor of Political Science, the Director of Women's Studies, and the .
LINDA LONGMIRE is Assistant Professor of Political Science, the Director of Women's Studies, and the Coordinator of International Studies at Hofstra University's interdisciplinary New College. Her publications and teaching focus on feminist, environmental, and international politics. LISA MERRILL is Associate Professor of Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Hofstra University's School of Communication. Библиографические данные.
Linda Longmire, Lisa Merrill, eds. (2001). Reading Ourselves in The Cannibal Galaxy". Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-275-97315-5. Patricia A. Brieschke (Autumn 1993). Interpreting Ourselves: Administrators in Modern Fiction".
Linda Longmire; Lisa Merrill. The essays in this collection explore some of the ways in which power and its expression (or repression) is gendered.
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The words and grammatical structure of a given language are the most basic building blocks of thought and communication; they reflect the ways speakers conceptualize themselves and their world and communicate with others. Since language reflects a culture's biases and inequities, a socially constructed, gendered power differential between men and women may lead each to have very different relationships to language. The essays in this collection explore some of the ways in which power and its expression (or repression) is gendered.
The contributors seek to discover contexts and patterns within which power is articulated, reproduced, and ultimately transformed. While some contributors provide primarily descriptive examinations of presumed gender differences, others seek to critique or deconstruct these supposed meanings associated with gender and power relationships. An important collection for scholars and researchers involved with communication and with gender issues.