Gendered Talk at Work: Constructing Gender Identity Through by Janet Holmes
By Janet Holmes
Gendered speak at paintings examines how men and women negotiate their gender identities in addition to their specialist roles in daily office conversation. written accessibly by way of one of many field’s most excellent researchers explores the ways that gender contributes to the translation of which means in office interplay makes use of unique and insightfully analyzed information to target the ways that either men and women draw on gendered discourse assets to enact quite a number office roles illustrates how a qualitative research of office discourse can throw gentle at the some ways during which place of work discourse presents a source for developing gender id as one component to our advanced socio-cultural id
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