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Language, sexuality, and power : studies in intersectional sociolinguistics


Mapping the Field of InquiryThe Bigger PictureThis Book: Intersectional SociolinguisticsNotesReferencesHow Does Oppression Work? INSIGHTS FROM HONG KONG LESBIANS' LABELING PRACTICESPower and Distributional SociolinguisticsDoing Research on Language and Sexuality in Hong KongNon-activists’ Labeling PracticesActivists’ Labeling PracticesConclusionNotesReferencesSocial and Linguistic Representations of South African Same-Sex Relations. THE CASE OF SKESANAAfrican Sexuality: A Brief BackgroundTheoretical FrameworkFieldworkHLONIPHA PRACTICE, LANGUAGE USAGE, AND THE CONNECTION WITH ISINGQUMOThree Case StudiesConstructing a Skesana IdentityConclusionList of isiNgqumo WordsNotesReferencesSorry Guys! THE DISCURSIVE CONSTRUCTION OF QUEER SPATIALITY IN JAPANESE WOMEN-ONLY CLUB FLYERSMobility and Movement-Alternative Spaces and Promotional FlyersQueer(y)ing SpaceWOMEN-ONLY CLUB SPACE MOVING AROUND THE METROPOLIS: A BRIEF HISTORY OF MONALISA/GOLDFINGERPROMOTIONAL FLYERS AND CLUB FLYERSDon’t Miss It!! Going Your Way!!: Monalisa/Gold Finger FlyersJAPANESE WRITING SYSTEMJOIN!! ALL Womyn: Branding and Promoting Women-Only SpaceSTRONG AND SIMPLE: MONALISA/GOLD FINGER LOGOSSALIENT IMAGES: BOLD, SEXUAL, KITSCHTHE “FINE PRINT”: SPACE CREATED BY GIRLS TO BE ENJOYED BY GIRLSTHE VISUAL AND TEXTUAL LANGUAGE OF THE MONALISA/GOLDFINGER FLYERSQueer(y)ing the Meaning of “Women Only”NotesReferencesVariation and Perceptions of Male Sexuality in DenmarkCategories, Stereotypes, and IdentificationsIntersectionality as a FrameIndexicalities of Fronted /s/ in DenmarkEXPERIMENTAL DESIGNResultsCORRELATIONS WITH HOMOSEXUALCORRELATIONS WITH IMMIGRANTHOMONATIONALISM?DiscussionReferencesNonstandard Plural Noun Phrase Agreement as an Index of MasculinityNP Number Agreement in BPSexuality in NRP ProductionPerceptions of Male SpeechDo Men’s and Women’s Perceptions Differ?ConclusionNotesReferencesPhonetic Variation and Perception of Sexual Orientation in Caribbean SpanishMethodsSpeaker Participants and StimuliListener ParticipantsProceduresAnalysis and ResultsVOICE RECOGNITION TASK METHOD OVERVIEWListener ParticipantsStimuliProcedureAnalysis and ResultsDiscussion and ConclusionsNotesReferencesPercepts of Hungarian Pitch-Shifted Male SpeechReview of LiteratureMethodsPredictionsResultsDiscussionReferencesexuality in Smalltown California GENDER NORMATIVITY AND THE ACOUSTIC REALIZATION OF /S/The CommunityMethodsResultsCENTER OF GRAVITYDURATIONDiscussionConclusionReferencesKathoey and the Linguistic Construction of Gender Identity in ThailandPersonal Pronouns and Gender IdentityThai First-Person Personal PronounsMethodologyThe Use of First-Person Pronouns in the Online Corpora DataFirst-Person Feminine Pronouns, Stance-taking, and Habitual UsePerceived Social Meanings of First-Person Feminine PronounsDiscussionNotesReferencesConflicted Selves. LANGUAGE, RELIGION, AND SAME-SEX DESIRE IN ISRAELLanguage and the Disunity of IdentityStance and Creaky VoiceDistributional AnalysisCreak in ContextDiscussionNotesReferences
 
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