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Conversation Analysis and Gender: Establishing and Challenging the Relevance of Gender in CA Research
In this book review, I addressed the ways that qualitative researchers have examined the links between Conversation Analysis (CA), which often is criticized as a method without context or theory, and the issue of gender. I consider the ways that the editors adopt the controversial position that CA is a politically laden method and that authors extend and challenge existing CA research. I point out the ways that this book both inconsistently connects its chapters and establishes its intended audience, while clearly offering a balanced examination of the ways that gender-in-talk is often relevant but not omnipresent in conversations.
Conversation Analysis, Gender, Qualitative Inquiry
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Shelton, S. A. (2014). Conversation Analysis and Gender: Establishing and Challenging the Relevance of Gender in CA Research. The Qualitative Report, 19(10), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2014.1264
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