LANGUAGE AND GENDER PENELOPE ECKERT SALLY MCCONNELL-GINET PDF
Eckert and McConnell-Ginet, two of the most important scholars writing in sociolinguistics and semantics today, have established a new direction for research in. o Penelope Eckert and Sally McConnell-Ginet Gender and language ideologies media, but in academic work on language and gender as well. Language and Gender by Penelope Eckert & Sally McConnell-Ginet. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, , xii+ pp. Author(s): Mikesell, Lisa.
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