23.3, TOC: Gender and Language 5/2 (2011)

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Date: 26-Dec-2011
From: Janet Joyce [jjoyce at equinoxpub.com]
Subject: Gender and Language Vol. 5, No. 2 (2011)

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Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2012 13:04:18
From: Janet Joyce [jjoyce at equinoxpub.com]
Subject: Gender and Language Vol. 5, No. 2 (2011)

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Publisher:	Equinox Publishing Ltd
Journal Title:  Gender and Language 
Volume Number:  5 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2011 

Main Text:  


Editorial: Five Years of Gender and Language
Ann Weatherall, Elizabeth Stokoe and Bonnie McElhinny


Introduction: Re-casting Language and Masculinities
Tommaso M. Milani

Masculine Identity and Identification as Ethnomethodological Phenomena:
Revisiting Cameron and Kulick
Bethan Benwell

The Interactional Construction of Desire as Gender
Scott Kiesling

Incomprehensible Language? Language, Ethnicity and Heterosexual Masculinity in a
Swedish School
Tommaso M. Milani and Rickard Jonsson

The Strategic Marginilization of Working Class Masculinity in a Batterers'
Treatment Programme
Susan Ehrlich and Susan Levesque

Gender, Language and Leadership in the Workplace
Louise Mullany

Leadership Discourse in a Maori Workplace: Negotiating Gender, Ethnicity and
Leadership at Work
Janet Holmes and Meredith Marra

Leadership in Hong Kong: Is Gender Really not an Issue?
Stephanie Schnurr and Bernie Mak

'We are in the Masculine Profession…': Constructing Gender Identities in a
Consortium of Two Multinational Engineering Companies
Jo Angouri

How Effective is 'Femininity'?: Media Portrayals of the Effectiveness of the
First Spanish Woman Defence Minister
Mercedes Bengoechea 

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                     Maori (mri)
                     Spanish (spa)
                     Swedish (swe)

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