Previous studies in the fields of applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, and gender studies have focused upon Chicano linguistic communities as a monolith or have focused entirely upon male-centered aspects of language use, leaving a tremendous gap in works about Chicanas, for Chicanas, and by Chicanas as they pertain to language-related issues. Speaking Chicana bridges that gap, offering for the first time an extensive examination of language issues among Chicanas. Flowing throughout this collection of essays are ...

Speaking Chicana: Voice, Power, and Identity 1999, University of Arizona Press

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Speaking Chicana: Voice, Power, and Identity 1999, University of Arizona Press

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