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  1. Julia Ulrich, Sociolinguistics/Multilingualism/Applied Linguistics.

Message 1: Sociolinguistics/Multilingualism/Applied Linguistics.

Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 17:47:39 +0100
From: Julia Ulrich <Julia.UlrichdeGruyter.com>
Subject: Sociolinguistics/Multilingualism/Applied Linguistics.

New Publication from Mouton de Gruyter!!!!

>From the series
Language, Power and Social Process (LPSP)
Series Editors Monica Heller, Richard J. Watts

MULTILINGUALISM, SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING, AND GNDER
Aneta Pavlenko, Adrian Blackledge, Ingrid Piller and Marya Teutsch-Dwyer
(Editors)

2001. 23 x15,5 cm. xi, 356 pages.

Hardback. Euro 84.00 / sFr 134,- / US$ 89.95. (for orders placed in
North America) ISBN 3-11-017026-4

Paperback. Euro 34.95 / sFr 56,- / US$ 24.95. (for orders placed in
North America) ISBN 3-11-017027-2

(LANGUAGE, POWER AND SOCIAL PROCESS 6)

This volume presents a comprehensive introduction to the study of
second language learning, multilingualism and gender. An impressive
array of papers situated within a feminist poststructuralist framework
demonstrates how this framework allows for a deeper understanding of
second language learning, a number of language contact phenomena,
intercultural communication, and critical language pedagogy. The
volume has wide appeal to students and scholars in the fields of
language and gender, sociolinguistics, SLA, anthropology, and language
education.

CONTENTS

Preface

Contributors

Introduction: Multilingualism, second language learning, and gender by
Ingrid Piller and Aneta Pavlenko

SECTION 1: GENDER, SOCIETY, AND IDEOLOGY IN MULTILINGUAL SETTINGS

A.Pavlenko & I. Piller: New directions in the study of multilingualism,
second language learning, and gender.

A. Blackledge: Complex positionings: Women negotiating identity and
power in a minority urban setting.

T. Goldstein: Researching women's language practices in the multilingual
workplace.

S. Ehrlich: Gendering the 'Learner': Sexual harassment and second
language acquisition.

SECTION 2: NEGOTIATION AND PERFORMANCE OF GENDER IN MULTILINGUAL
CONTEXTS

A. Pavlenko: "How do I become a woman in an American vein?":
Transformation of gender in second language learning.

M. Teutsch-Dwyer: (Re)constructing male identity in a new linguistic
reality.

I. Piller:: Linguistic intermarriage: methodological issues, language
choice, and negotiation of identity.

Y. Ohara: Finding one's voice in Japanese: A study of the pitch levels
of L2 users.

SECTION 3: GENDER IN MULTILINGUAL EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS

M. Heller: Gender and Public Space in a Bilingual School.

C. Kramsch & L. von Hoene: Cross-cultural excursions: Foreign language
study and feminist discourses of travel.

Ch. McMahill: Self-expression, gender, and community: A Japanese
feminist English class.

Name Index

Subject Index

For more information please contact the publisher:
Mouton de Gruyter
Genthiner Str. 13
10785 Berlin, Germany
Fax: +49 30 26005 222
e-mail: ordersdegruyter.de

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