Language And Religious Identity: Women in Discourse by Allyson JuleLanguage And Religious Identity: Women in Discourse by Allyson Jule

Language And Religious Identity: Women in Discourse

byAllyson JuleEditorAllyson

Hardcover | May 22, 2007

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In a search for a deeper understanding of the complex relationship between gender, language and religious identity, this book gathers a global range of studies from the field of linguistics. It connects language use to both a religious and gender identity and shows how language works to unite, oppress, liberate or fracture the various participants.
CHATARINA EDFELDT Stockholm University, Sweden SAGE LAMBERT-GRAHAM University of Memphis, USA HUAMEI HAN University of Toronto, Canada VERONIKA KOLLER Lancaster University, UK LAURA ALVAREZ LOPEZ Stockholm University, Sweden ABOLAJI MUSTAPHA Lagos State University, Nigeria NERYAMN RIVERA NIEVES University of Florida, USA ROXANA DELBENE...
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Title:Language And Religious Identity: Women in DiscourseFormat:HardcoverDimensions:237 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.81 inPublished:May 22, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230517293

ISBN - 13:9780230517295

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Table of Contents

Preface; J.Sunderland Introduction; A.Jule Testimonies and the Expansion of Women's Role in a Transnational Mexican Parish; E.P.Sharp The Interplay of Language, Religion, Ethnicity and Gender: A Case Study of Hispanic Churches in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; N.R.Nieves & R.D.Rosati Gender Constructions and Biblical Exegesis: Lessons from a Divinity School Seminar; T.Warhol 'Do Unto Others': Gender and the Construction of a 'Good Christian' Identity in an E-community; S.Lambert-Graham From Bridegroom of the Soul to Brand-as-Friend: Metaphorical Relationships in Religious and Marketing Discourses; V.Koller Being Male and Female in Nigerian Evangelicalism - and Saying Thank You; A.Mustapha The Role of Language in the Construction of Gender and Ethnic-Religious Identities in Brazilian-Candomble Communities; L.Á.López & C.Edfeldt Gender and Language Use in the Lisu Traditional Religion; D.Yu Calm and Humble in and through Christianity: A Chinese Immigrant Couple in Toronto; H.Han Matka Polka (Mother Poland) and the Cult of the Virgin Mary: Linguistic Analysis of Social Roles and Expectations of Polish Women; B.Tieszen Indexes