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Vol 10 No. 4 (2016) Space, bodies and boundaries: Piropos and other forms of flirtatious street talk as contested discursive practices

Special Issue: Space, bodies and boundaries: Piropos and other forms of flirtatious street talk as contested discursive practices Guest Editor: Mariana Achugar (Carnegie Mellon University, United States)

Journal: Sociolinguistic Studies

Published: Apr 13, 2017

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Section Title Author Published
Introduction to Special Issue
Introduction: Space, bodies and boundaries Piropos and other forms of flirtatious street talk as contested discursive practices Mariana Achugar Jul 26, 2016
Articles
‘ ¡Quién fuera noche para caerle encima!’ Piropos in Chile: Sexual harassment or flirtation? Erika Abarca Millán Jul 26, 2016
Discourse in f(r)iction. Production and reception of gender roles discourse in an audio-visual text about piropos Germán Canale Jul 26, 2016
‘ ¡Uy!, ¿quién pidió pollo?’ A qualitative analysis of the piropo practice by construction workers in Bogotá, Colombia Héctor Ramírez-Cruz, Nataly Correa, Jennifer Mancera Jul 26, 2016
Street remarks to women in five countries and four languages: Impositions of engagement and intimacy Benjamin Bailey Jul 26, 2016
Review Essay
Language, gender and sexual identity: Poststructuralist perspectives Heiko Motschenbacher (2010) and An interdisciplinary bibliography on language, gender and sexuality (2000–2011) Heiko Motschenbacher (2012) A. Virginia Acuña Ferreira Jul 26, 2016
Reviews
Language and identity: Discourse in the world David Evans (ed.) (2015) London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic ISBN 9780567338167. Pp x + 233 Josep-Àngel Mas Castells May 29, 2016
Desarrollo sociolingüístico del voseo en la region andina de Colombia (1555–1976) Ana María Díaz Collazos (2015) [Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie, 392] Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter. ISBN 978-1-118-29496-3. Pp. 329 Daniel M. Sáez Rivera May 29, 2016
Intercultural contact, language learning and migration Barbara Geraghty and Jean E. Conacher (eds) (2014) London, New Delhi, New York and Sydney: Bloomsbury ISBN 978-1-4411-8992-9 (Hardback). Pp. 224 Diana Berber Jun 15, 2016
Style-shifting in public: New perspectives on stylistic variation Juan Manuel Hernández-Campoy and Juan Antonio CutillasEspinosa (eds) (2012) (Studies in Language Variation 9) Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Pp. vii+231 ISBN 97890272348 Terhi Rissanen Jun 13, 2016
Thank you for dying for our country: Commemorative texts and performances in Jerusalem Chaim Noy (2015) Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press ISBN: 978-0-19-939897-3. Pp. 304 Vesa Koskela Jun 3, 2016
An introduction to sociolinguistics: Society and identity Sharon K. Deckert and Caroline H. Vickers (2011) London: Bloomsbury. Pp. 256 ISBN: 978-1441100283 Suzie Telep Jun 3, 2016
Editor-in-Chief’s acknowledgements Xoán Paulo Rodríguez-Yáñez Jul 26, 2016