Mother Tongue, Father Time

Mother Tongue, Father Time : A Decade of Linguistic Revolt

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"Alette Hill s unusually insightful and captivating style, combined with her breadth of interdisciplinary detail, make this an extraordinary book." Wendy Martyna"An insightful look at the changes taking place in this society, and its reflection in our language." Come-All-YeDoes a women s language a different mother tongue exist? With wit and a keen critical sense, Alette Hill shows how the language we speak simultaneously reflects social change as it helps create it for the future."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 156 x 235.2 x 14.2mm | 298.59g
  • Indiana University Press
  • Bloomington, IN, United States
  • English
  • 0253203899
  • 9780253203892

Table of contents

Acknowledgments Introduction 1. WomenOs Language 2. Crossing the Dialect Frontier 3. Linguists and Laypeople 4. Pronoun Envy 5. Names and Titles 6. Terms of Endearment 7. The Language Gene 8. Futurespeak Afterword Notes Indexshow more