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Baxter, Judith

Speaking Out

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Table of contents

Part I. Theorising the Female Voice in Public Contexts

1. Theorising the Female Voice in Public Contexts
Deborah Cameron

2. Gaining a Public Voice: A Historical Perspective on American Women’s Public Speaking
Judith Mattson Bean

3. Constructing Gender in Public Arguments: The Female Voice as Emotional Voice
Lia Litosseliti

Part II. Researching the Female Voice in Public Contexts

4. Gender and Performance Anxiety at Academic Conferences
Sara Mills

5. Governed by the Rules?: The Female Voice in Parliamentary Debates
Sylvia Shaw

6. Silence as Morality: Lecturing at a Theological College
Allyson Jule

7. Gender and the Genre of the Broadcast Political Interview
Clare Walsh

8. Trial Discourse and Judicial Decision-Making: Constraining the Boundaries of Gendered Identities
Susan Ehrlich

9. ‘Do We Have to Agree with Her?’ How High School Girls Negotiate Leadership in Public Contexts
Judith Baxter

10. Positioning the Female Voice within Work and Family
Shari Kendall

11. Culture, Voice and the Public Sphere: A Critical Analysis of the Female Voices on Sexuality in Indigenous South African Society
Puleng Hanong

12. “They Say It’s a Man’s World, but You Can’t Prove that by Me”: African American Comediennes’ Construction of Voice in Public Space
Denise Troutman

13. Effective Leadership in New Zealand Workplaces: Balancing Gender and Role
Meredith Marra, Stephanie Schnurr, Janet Holmes

Keywords: Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Gender Studies, Media Studies, Political Communication

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
282 pages
Category
Languages
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230522435
Printed ISBN
978-1-4039-9408-0

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