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eBook Gender and Discourse in Politics, The Church and Organizations ePub

by Clare Walsh

  • ISBN: 0582418925
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Clare Walsh
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 30, 2001)
  • Pages: 256
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The series takes a critical approach to the subject, challenging current orthodoxies, and dealing with familiar topics in new ways.

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Authors and Affiliations. 1. e Montfort UniversityUK. Cite this chapter as: Walsh C. (2006) Gender and the Genre of the Broadcast Political Interview. In: Baxter J. (eds) Speaking Out. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

The Gender and Politics Scholarship. The Inclusion Project: The Difference Women Make (or Not). The article then identifies the changes that have occurred in politics and political science over the last hundred years and examines the politics and gender scholarship

The Gender and Politics Scholarship. The Study of Women on Their Own Terms. The article then identifies the changes that have occurred in politics and political science over the last hundred years and examines the politics and gender scholarship. Finally, it presents an understanding of the evolution of the gender and politics subfield as well as some of the challenges that remain. Keywords: gendered nature, politics, political science, sex typing, gender. Politics as a real-world phenomenon and political science as an academic discipline are gendered.

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Sex and gender roles in the Roman Catholic Church have been the subject of both intrigue and controversy throughout the Church's history. The cultural influence of the Catholic Church has been vast, particularly upon western society

Sex and gender roles in the Roman Catholic Church have been the subject of both intrigue and controversy throughout the Church's history. The cultural influence of the Catholic Church has been vast, particularly upon western society. Christian concepts, introduced into evangelized societies worldwide by the Church, had a significant impact on established cultural views of sex and gender roles.

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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 studies. Women moving into the public domains of power traditionally monopolised by men are creating new identities for themselves, and the language that is used by them and about them offers an insight into gender roles. Clare Walsh reviews the current dominance/difference debates, and proposes a new analytical framework which combines the insights of critical discourse and feminist perspectives on discourse to provide a new perspective on the role of women in public life. A superbly accessible book designed for students and researchers in the field, the book features: - topical case studies from the arenas of politics, religion and activism- a new analytical framework, also summarised in chart form so the reader can apply their own critical analyses of texts. - written and visual text types for the reader's own linguistic and semiotic analysis. 'This important book takes up a neglected question in the study of language and gender - what difference women make to the discourse of historically male-dominated institutions - and brings to bear on it both the insights of feminist scholarship and evidence from women's own testimony. Clare Walsh's analysis of the dilemmas women face is both subtle and incisive, taking us beyond popular 'Mars and Venus' stereotypes and posing some hard questions for fashionable theories of language, identity and performance.