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Queer Japanese: Gender and Sexual Identities through Linguistic Practices e-book

Author:

H. Abe

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Social Sciences

ePub size:

1233 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

Palgrave Macmillan; 2010 edition (April 14, 2010)

Pages:

199

ISBN:

0230622364

Queer Japanese: Gender and Sexual Identities through Linguistic Practices e-book

by H. Abe


Abe presents a comprehensive picture of the linguistic strategies employed by Japanese sexual minorities in various social contexts, from magazine advice columns to bars to text messaging on cell phones to private homes.

Abe presents a comprehensive picture of the linguistic strategies employed by Japanese sexual minorities in various social contexts, from magazine advice columns to bars to text messaging on cell phones to private homes. Gender and Sexual Identities through Linguistic Practices. price for USA in USD (gross).

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New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Compreender a sexualidade humana como uma construção sócio-cultural e lingüística nos indica que o sexo tem sido concebido diferentemente pelas diversas culturas.

Gender and facework: Linguistic practices by Japanese male superiors in the workplace

Gender and facework: Linguistic practices by Japanese male superiors in the workplace. This study qualitatively examines linguistic practices of Japanese male superiors in interactions with male subordinates in a Japanese workplace, focusing particularly on their use of two linguistic forms: Vroot+(y)oo (Let's do X) and Vroot+ro/e (Do X!). The study illustrates two practices of these male superiors: first, they use Vroot+(y)oo, which is not strongly associated with normative men's.

Queer Japanese presents a comprehensive picture of the ways Japanese sexual minorities (lesbians, gays, transgendered, and transsexual individuals) negotiate their lives through linguistic practice in various social contexts

Queer Japanese presents a comprehensive picture of the ways Japanese sexual minorities (lesbians, gays, transgendered, and transsexual individuals) negotiate their lives through linguistic practice in various social contexts.

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Not all persons of various gender and sexual orientations identify or affiliate with a particular subculture. Reasons include geographic distance, unawareness of the subculture's existence, fear of social stigma, or personal preference to remain unidentified with sexuality- or gender-based subcultures or communities YouTube Encyclopedic.

Gender and sexual identity are two facets of identity development that .

Gender and sexual identity are two facets of identity development that cannot only cause confusion but also have long-term consequences on an individual’s mental healt. Through the socialization process, children are taught what is expected, and accepted, of them as a boy or girl virtually from birth. By the age of three most children display behaviors and select activities typical of his or her sex, but that is not always the case. Children are also aware by age three of what gender they identify with.

Abe presents a comprehensive picture of the linguistic strategies employed by Japanese sexual minorities in various social contexts, from magazine advice columns to bars to text messaging on cell phones to private homes.
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Looking for those important if elusive details of Japanese and identity that you will not encounter in the classroom or language lab--and almost certainly cannot find as you practice up to leave your mark against the Wheel (sorry, Pat and Vana) or on the Stone (Rosetta or otherwise)?

Well, look no further.

Finally authentic Japanese language and language practices--if not quite the substitute for that native linguist memory we second-language learners came without. Well written, clearly and logically organized for ease of use, and comprehensive.

Have I said enough?

How about "a 'must-read'" for anyone serious about improving their linguistic skills in Japanese?

Professor Abe brings years of research and practice to bear on all that her academic bars far beyond the rest and leaves us with nothing less than an exciting and inquisitive, always engaging read.

As she has gone to great lengths to illustrate, not all serious efforts at language understanding occur over drinks or takoyaki in Ni-chome.

Nor should they have to.

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