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Impersonal Passion: Language as Affect
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Denise Riley is renowned as a feminist theorist and a poet and for her remarkable refiguring of familiar but intransigent problems of identity, expression, language, and politics. In Impersonal Passion, she turns to everyday complex emotional and philosophical problems of speaking and listening. Her provocative meditations suggest that while the emotional power of language is impersonal, this impersonality paradoxically constitutes the personal.In nine linked essays, Riley deftly unravels the


The Ear and Language
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Dr. Alfred Tomatis (1920-2001), was a world-renowned Ear Nose and Throat specialist working in the field of auditory phonetics. Through his research into the function of the ear in language learning, he found that the relationship between hearing and reproducing sounds can be used to facilitate the comprehension, expression and assimilation of a language..


Narratives of East Asian Women Teachers of English: Where Privilege Meets Marginalization (New Perspectives on Language and Education)
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This book is a powerful narrative of how six women experienced their lives alongside their desire to overcome the challenging and empowering nature of the English language. The volume shares who they are as transnational and mobile women living in the midst of linguistic privilege and marginalization. It is one outcome of a research project and the lived experiences which surround and influence (and were influenced by) it. The author documents how she and her research partners began studying




Freud's Drive: Psychoanalysis, Literature and Film (Language, Discourse, Society)
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Teresa De Lauretis makes a bold and orginal argument for the renewed relevance of the Freudian theory of drives, through close readings of texts ranging from cinema and literature to psychoanalysis and cultural theory..


Leaving My Father's House: A Journey to Conscious Femininity
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The renowned analyst and author here provides deep insight into the process required to bring feminize wisdom to consciousness in a patriarchal culture—as struggle in which many women are more fully engaged today that ever before. Presenting the personal journeys of three wise women as maps, she points the way to the state of inner wholeness and balance she calls ''conscious femininity.''.


The Language of a Mother's Love: A Gift from the Heart of Any Daughter or Son (Language Of... Series)
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Drawn from many different eras and cultures, this volume represents some of the most eloquent and beautiful words ever written to a mother... and they will fill her spirit with the love and appreciation she deserves each day of the year. The handmade paper chose for the cover of this book is specially crafted from mulberry trees, with real flower petals, grasses, leaves, and bark embedded in the paper. Using age-old techniques, this paper is made without cutting down trees or harming the


Language Learning, Gender and Desire: Japanese Women on the Move (Critical Language and Literacy Studies)
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For many Japanese women, the English language has never been just another school subject. For them, English is the tool of identity transformation and the means of obtaining what they passionately desire – mobility, the West and its masculinity. Language Learning, Gender and Desire explores Japanese women's passion for learning English and how they negotiate identity and desire in the terrain of racial, sexual and linguistic politics. Drawing on ethnographic data and popular media texts, the


Speaking Up: Understanding Language and Gender
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From slut-shaming to the allegedly shrill voices of female politicians, from vocal fry to online misogyny, the language women use (and the language used about them) is as controversial as it has ever been. Our language use and our gender have an enormous impact on the way we understand ourselves and the world around us, and the way we are treated by society. Using the latest academic research, Allyson Jule tackles some of the most pressing issues facing feminism today, including how language


Emily Dickinson as a Second Language: Demystifying the Poetry
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Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) wrote in 19th century American English and referenced long-vanished cultural contexts. A ''private poet,'' she created her own vocabulary, and many of her poems have quite specific local and personal connections. Twenty-first century readers may find her poetry elusive and challenging. Promoting a richer appreciation of Dickinson's work for a modern audience, this book explores unfamiliar aspects of her language and her world..


lost in language & sound: or how i found my way to the arts:essays
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A vibrant and vital collection that celebrates the three most important muses in the life and work of Ntozake Shange—language, music, and dance.In this deeply personal book, the celebrated writer reflects on what it means to be an artist, a woman, and a woman of color through a beautiful combination of memoir and essay. She describes where her love for creative forces began--in her childhood home, a place where imagination reigned and boredom wasn't allowed. The essays tell stories ranging


Gender at Work: A Social Psychological Perspective (Language as Social Action)
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While many women receive equal education, such equality is nowhere in sight when it comes to women’s and men’s career success: men still earn significantly more than women and are more likely to be promoted. In this book, the authors offer a state of the art review of applied social-psychological research on gender at work, shedding light on all the different ways that work-related perceptions, attributions, outcomes, and the like differ for women and men. Focusing on domains (e.g.,


The Socially Responsible Feminist EFL Classroom: A Japanese Perspective on Identities, Beliefs and Practices (NEW PERSPECTIVES ON LANGUAGE AND EDUCATION)
By Multilingual Matters
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This book explores the realities of feminist EFL teachers' lives through interviews and classroom observations with nine EFL teachers at Japanese universities. The data contained in the book broaden our understanding of feminist teaching in the language classroom while also providing suggestions for practice. The book examines not only how the teachers' feminist identities influence their pedagogical beliefs and practices but also how the teachers actually practice feminist teaching in their


Gender and Discourse in Politics, The Church and Organizations
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Real Language Series General Editors:Jennifer Coates, Jenny Cheshire, Euan Reid This is a sociolinguistics series about the relationships between language, society and social change. Books in the series draw on natural language data from a wide range of social contexts. The series takes a critical approach to the subject, challenging current orthodoxies, and dealing with familiar topics in new ways. Gender and Discourse offers a critical new approach to the study of language and gender


Framing Sexual and Domestic Violence through Language
By Palgrave Macmillan
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Violence against women is a growing problem. With examples from Denmark, France, Poland, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, the contributors to this volume explore how violence is framed through language and what this means for research and policy. They look at how metaphors in police homicide reports obscure domestic violence, how abstract language conveys stereotypes without anybody noticing, and how Western authorities have struggled to understand crimes in the name of


Government Matters: American Democracy in Context
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Unique to Government Matters, the narrative tells the story of the making and developing of our distinctly American Democracy. It not only inspires students to ask “Why are we the way we are?” but also gives them the knowledge and context they need to answer for themselves, “Why does it matter?” Government Matters’ unique approach to the material and market-leading digital tools make this an ideal solution to course goals. Your course may be the only American Government course that


Women: Images & Realities, A Multicultural Anthology
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Now in its fifth successful edition, Women: Images and Realities offers a unique, thought-provoking introduction to feminism and women’s studies. A multicultural anthology, the text presents a multidisciplinary collection of academic essays and analyses, personal narratives, and fiction and poetry about women’s lives. The readings illustrate the variety of women’s experiences, primarily in the United States, considering both commonalities and differences among women and appreciating


Women's Voices, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings
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As a leading introductory women’s studies reader, Shaw and Lee’s Women’s Voices, Feminist Visions offers an excellent balance of classic, conceptual, and experiential selections including new contemporary readings. This student-friendly text provides short and accessible readings reflecting the diversity of women’s experiences. With each new edition, the authors keep the framework essays and selections of readings fresh and interesting for students.Used Book in Good Condition.


The Language of Strong Black Womanhood: Myths, Models, Messages, and a New Mandate for Self-Care
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In The Language of Strong Black Womanhood: Myths, Models, Messages, and a New Mandate for Self-Care, Black women of the Baby Boomer generation and Hip Hop generation share messages communicated and models witnessed in their socialization for strength revealing how this mandate endures in Black women’s lived experiences. They also express concern that self-care was not presented as critical for sustaining life as a strong Black woman—a concern shared by Black women bloggers who advocate


I Am My Language: Discourses of Women and Children in the Borderlands
By University of Arizona Press
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“I am my language,” says the poet Gloria Anzaldúa, because language is at the heart of who we are. But what happens when a person has more than one language? Is there an overlay of language on identity, and do we shift identities as we shift languages? More important, what identities do children construct for themselves when they use different languages in particular ways? In this book, Norma González uses language as a window on the multiple levels of identity construction in



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