Bilingual women : anthropological approaches to second-language use

Auteur(s) : Burton, Pauline (Éd.)
Dyson, Ketaki Kushari (Éd.)
Ardener, Shirley (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-198 p. ; 22 cm. Collection: Cross-cultural perspectives on women ; vol. 9. Publication : Oxford : Berg, 1994.Cote : BGT.38Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index.
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Preface / Ardener, Shirley --

Women and second-language use: an introduction / Burton, Pauline --

Open castilian, closed Aymara? Bilingual women in the Yungas of La Paz (Bolivia) / Spedding, Alison --

The presence and absence of speech in the communication of gender / Harvey, Penelope --

Casual chat and ethnic identity: women's second language use among Buryats in the USSR / Humphrey, Caroline --

Women and second-language knowledge in rural soviet Georgia: an outline / Chinchaladze, Nina and Dragadze, Tamara --

Women and linguistic innovation in Brittany / McDonald, Maryon --

The "death" of East Sutherland Gaelic : death by women ? / Constantinidou, Evi --

French: no one's language, therefore everyone's language: convent speech in lower Zaïre / Burke, Joan F. --

Language and diaspora: the use of portuguese, english and konkani by catholic Goan women / Mascarenhas-Keyes, Stella --

A note on my experience as a student, a teacher and an interpreter of english in China / Liu, Hong --

Forging a bilingual identity: a writer's testimony / Dyson, Ketaki Kushari --

Engendering language difference / Tonkin, Elizabeth.

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