Author: Professor Deborah Tannen
Publisher: Recorded Books
Duration: 7 hours and 21 mins
Reader: Deborah Tannen
Quality: 96 кбит/c, 44100 Гц, моно
Size: 303 mb
Description: One of two series of 14 college-level lectures produced by the Modern Scholar Series and distributed by Recorded Books. Available for purchase at Barnes & Noble stores or on Recorded Books website. The lectures can also be downloaded from iTunes.
This lecture series constitutes a college-level course on gender and language, presented in non-technical language and illustrated by real-life examples. Lectures describe the patterns that tend to distinguish how men and women use language in their everyday lives, and the consequences of these differences (as well as similarities) for conversations and relationships between women and men. The goal of this series, in addition to illuminating the patterns of women's and men's uses of language, is to enhance understanding of how language works in everyday life.
Lecture 1 A Framework for Understanding Conversations
Between Women and Men
Lecture 2 The Source of Gender Patterns: Children at Play
Lecture 3 A Cross-Cultural Approach to GenderTalk
Lecture 4 The Role of Opposition in Men's Relationships
Lecture 5 The Role of Talk in Women's Relationships
Lecture 6 The Interplay of Power and Connection
Lecture 7 Ambiguity and Polysemy: Two Keys to Understanding
Language and Gender
Lecture 8 Indirectness: Not in So Many Words
Lecture 9 Talking at Home: Gender in the Family
Lecture 10 Talking at Work
Lecture 11 Who Talks More?: Public and Private Speaking
Lecture 12 A History of Research on Gender and Language
Lecture 13 Nature/Nurture: The Source of Gender Differences
Lecture 14 Conclusion: What Can You Do?
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