Jake and Kaye come on to talk about how language can interact with identity, across ethnicity, race, gender, sexuality, and class identities.
Top of Show Greeting: Faikari. /ˈvɐ͡ɪ.kʰɒ.ˌʁi/
Links and Resources:
- Plural you
- Key and Peele skits 1, 2
- Stigmatization of speech associated with women
- “Sounding gay”
- Journal of Gender and Language
- Mondorf, B. (2002) Gender differences in English syntax. Journal of English Linguistics, 30(2), 158-180
- Holland, D. C. (2001) Identity and agency in cultural worlds. Harvard University Press.
- Butler, J. (2011) Gender trouble: Feminism and the subversion of identity. Routledge
- Oakley, A. (2016) Disturbing Hegemonic Discourse: Nonbinary Gender and Sexual Orientation Labeling on Tumblr. Social Media + Society, 2(3), 205630511666421.
- Renninger, B. J. (2015) “Where I can be myself … where I can speak my mind” : Networked counterpublics in a polymedia environment. New Media & Society, 17(9), 1513–1529.