‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation

Classic Questions, New Contexts

A Sheldon, M Wicklund

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGender in Language
Subtitle of host publicationClassic Questions, New Contexts
EditorsJ Siegel
Place of PublicationBloomington, IN
PublisherIULC Publications
Pages135-148
StatePublished - 2008

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Sheldon, A., & Wicklund, M. (2008). ‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation: Classic Questions, New Contexts. In J. Siegel (Ed.), Gender in Language: Classic Questions, New Contexts (pp. 135-148). Bloomington, IN: IULC Publications.

‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation : Classic Questions, New Contexts. / Sheldon, A; Wicklund, M.

Gender in Language: Classic Questions, New Contexts. ed. / J Siegel. Bloomington, IN : IULC Publications, 2008. p. 135-148.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Sheldon, A & Wicklund, M 2008, ‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation: Classic Questions, New Contexts. in J Siegel (ed.), Gender in Language: Classic Questions, New Contexts. IULC Publications, Bloomington, IN, pp. 135-148.
Sheldon A, Wicklund M. ‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation: Classic Questions, New Contexts. In Siegel J, editor, Gender in Language: Classic Questions, New Contexts. Bloomington, IN: IULC Publications. 2008. p. 135-148
Sheldon, A ; Wicklund, M. / ‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation : Classic Questions, New Contexts. Gender in Language: Classic Questions, New Contexts. editor / J Siegel. Bloomington, IN : IULC Publications, 2008. pp. 135-148
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