The Routledge Handbook of Language, Gender, and Sexuality

Introduction: language, gender, and sexuality: sketching out the fieldI Variationist approachesNon-binary approaches to gender and sexualitySexuality as non-binary A variationist perspectiveSexuality in variation: from correlation to emergenceSexuality and lived experienceApproaching intersectionality in variationist researchDiversity within: intra-categorical intersectionalityLooking across categories: mutual constitutionAdopting an intersectional perspective: lesbians in LondonConclusionPerception of gender and sexualityCore work in perception: the search for gay speechExpanding beyond English 'gay speech'Challenging a binary view of genderIntersections of race and genderGender diversity and the voiceII Anthropological and ethnographic approachesEthnography and the shifting semiotics of gender and sexualityGender, language, and elite ethnographies in UK political institutions‘Gay, aren’t they?’ An ethnographic approach to compulsory heterosexualityAnthropological discourse analysis and the social ordering of gender ideologyUsing communities of practice and ethnography to answer sociolinguistic questionsDigital ethnography in the study of language, gender, and sexualityIII Interactional sociolinguistic approachesInteractional sociolinguistics Foundations, developments, and applications to language, gender, and sexualityLeadership and humour at work Using interactional sociolinguistics to explore the role of genderMore than builders in pink shirts Identity construction in gendered workplacesInteractional sociolinguistics in language and sexuality research Benefits and challengesIV Ethnomethodological and conversation analytic approachesThe accomplishment of gender in interaction Ethnomethodological and conversation analytic approaches to genderFeminist conversation analysis Examining violence against womenPerformance in action Walking as gendered construction practice in drag king workshopsGender and sexuality normativities Using conversation analysis to investigate heteronormativity and cisnormativity in interactionExamining girls' peer culture-in-action Gender, stance, and category work in girls' peer language practicesV Sociocultural and critical approachesLanguage, gender, and sexuality Reflections on the field's ongoing critical engagement with the sociopolitical landscapeApplying queer theory to language, gender, and sexuality research in schoolsText trajectories and gendered inequalities in institutions'I thought you didn't accept gay marriage Fr' Combining corpus linguistics and critical discourse analysis to investigate the representation of gay marriage and the Irish Mammy stereotype in Mrs Brown's BoysThe impact of language and gender studies Public engagement and wider communicationVI Poststructuralist approachesPoststructuralist research on language, gender, and sexualityAnalysing gendered discourses online Child-centric motherhood and individuality in Mumsnet TalkLeadership language of Middle Eastern women Using feminist poststructuralist discourse analysis to study women leaders in BahrainFeminist poststructuralism: discourse, subjectivity, the body, and power: the case of the burkiniAffect in language, gender, and sexuality research: studying heterosexual desireLanguage, gender, and the discursive production of women as leadersVII Semiotic and multimodal approachesGender and sexuality in discourse Semiotic and multimodal approachesMultimodal constructions of feminism The transfiguration of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in VogueJudged and condemned Semiotic representations of women criminalsConfident appearing Revisiting Gender Advertisements in contemporary cultureDoing gender and sexuality intersectionally in multimodal social media practicesVIII Corpus linguistic approachesLovely nurses, rude receptionists, and patronising doctors Determining the impact of gender stereotyping on patient feedbackInvestigating gendered language through collocation The case of mock politenessThe South African news media and representations of sexualityWomen victims of men who murder XML mark-up for nomination, collocation, and frequency analysis of language of the law
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