Bilingual Women - 
      Shirley Ardener
    
      Pauline Burton
    
      Ketaki Kushari Dyson

Bilingual Women

Anthropological Approaches to Second Language Use

Shirley Ardener (Redaktør) ; Pauline Burton (Redaktør) ; Ketaki Kushari Dyson (Redaktør)

«'...this book is enormously valuable for having broken new grounds, and having established a strong link between gender and bilingualism.'Giuliana LadomeryLUISS, Rome'The insights into gender-related language choices are often fascinating, sometimes surprising as they contradict hastily accepted views.'Bulletin of Francophone Africa 'The main strength of this book is found in its detailed ethnographic descriptions of language choices in bilingual societies from all over the world ... I would welcome many of the articles in this book into courses on»

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Forlag: Berg Publishers
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 210
ISBN: 9780854967377
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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Pauline Burton Lecturer in the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences,City Polytechnic of Hong Kong Ketaki Kushari Dyson Writer and Research Associate, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research on Women, University of Oxford Mrs Shirley Ardener Centre for Cross-Cultural Research on Women,University of Oxford