Men And The Language Of Emotions by D. GalasinskiMen And The Language Of Emotions by D. Galasinski

Men And The Language Of Emotions

byD. Galasinski

Paperback | November 10, 2004

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Men and the Language of Emotions challenges the commonly held association of rationality with masculinity, involving distancing from the language of emotions. Drawing on a study of heterosexual men talking about their life and relationships, he demonstrates that men are capable of speaking of emotions, and in direct and uninhibited ways.
Dariusz Galasi?ski is Professor of Discourse and Cultural Studies at the University of Wolverhampton, UK, and Visiting Professor at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland. His books include Language of Deception, Cultural Studies and Discourse Analysis (co-author), Men and the Language of Emotions, The Language of Bel...
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Title:Men And The Language Of EmotionsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:172 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.39 inPublished:November 10, 2004Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230554318

ISBN - 13:9780230554313

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Transcription Conventions Men and their Emotions Stories of Emotional Masculinity 'There is a Concern' - Strategies of Emotion Talk 'No worries', or the Emotional View of Reality Emotions of Fatherhood Speaking Helplessly: The Emotions of Unemployment Masculinity? What Masculinity? References Index

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'Letting us hear the voices of men who go about their lives worrying, loving, suffering, caring, fearing, and enjoying things, this book succeeds in replacing the tired stereotype of the 'strong silent man' with a sensitive and nuanced portrayal of complex, contradictory, and emotional real-life masculinities.' Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University