Gender Across Languages

The linguistic representation of women and men

Volume 1

Editors
| University of Frankfurt
| University of Munich
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This is the first of a three-volume comprehensive reference work on “Gender across Languages”, which provides systematic descriptions of various categories of gender (grammatical, lexical, referential, social) in 30 languages of diverse genetic, typological and socio-cultural backgrounds.
Among the issues discussed for each language are the following: What are the structural properties of the language that have an impact on the relations between language and gender? What are the consequences for areas such as agreement, pronominalisation and word-formation? How is specification of and abstraction from (referential) gender achieved in a language? Is empirical evidence available for the assumption that masculine/male expressions are interpreted as generics? Can tendencies of variation and change be observed, and have alternatives been proposed for a more equal linguistic treatment of women and men? This volume (and its follow-up volumes) will provide the much-needed basis for explicitly comparative analyses of gender across languages. All chapters are original contributions and follow a common general outline developed by the editors. The book contains rich bibliographical and indexical material.

Languages of Volume 1: Arabic, Belizean Creole, Eastern Maroon Creole, English (American, New Zealand, Australian), Hebrew, Indonesian, Romanian, Russian, Turkish.

Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Languages of Volume II and III
vii
Preface
ix–x
Acknowledgments
xi–xii
List of abbreviations
xiii–xiv
Gender across languages: The linguistic representation of women and men
Marlis Hellinger and Hadumod Bußmann
1–25
Arabic. Shifting sands: Language and gender in Moroccan Arabic
Atiqa Hachimi
27–51
Belizean Creole. Gender, creole, and the role of women in language change
Geneviève Escure
53–84
Eastern Maroon Creole. Communicating gender in the Eastern Maroon Creole of Suriname
Bettina Migge
85–104
English. Gender in a global language
Marlis Hellinger
105–112
English. A corpus-based view of gender in New Zealand
Janet Holmes
115–136
English. Spreading the feminist word: The case of the new courtesy title Ms in Australian English
Anne Pauwels
137–151
English. A corpus-based view of gender in British and American English
Suzanne Romaine
153–175
Hebrew. Gender switch in Modern Hebrew
Yishai Tobin
177–198
Indonesian. Gender in Javanese Indonesian
Esther Kuntjara
199–227
Romanian. Deconstructing gender — The case of Romanian
Florence Maurice
229–252
Russian. Doing gender in Russian: Structure and perspective
Ursula Doleschal and Sonja Schmid
253–282
Turkish. The communication of gender in Turkish
Friederike Braun
283–310
Notes on contributors
311–315
Name index
317–322
Subject index
323–328
“This book makes significant contributions to current research on gender and language and serves as a comprehensive guide to central issues in this field. This publication is rounded off by rich bibliographical and indexical material.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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