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Language, gender and sexuality: An introduction

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From the journal Folia Linguistica

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Scott F. Kiesling, 2019. Language, gender and sexuality: An introduction. London: Routledge, 202 pp. ISBN: 9781138487727. £ 18.39.

Corresponding author: Minchen Wang, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, PR China, E-mail:


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Published Online: 2020-11-02
Published in Print: 2021-04-27

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