This is a curated database of articles that is intended to help those new to linguistics (particularly students) find scholars and methods, which might inform their own work. The database includes both more quantitatively driven research, as well as research that is qualitative. The articles have been selected for their range of topics, as well as their relative approachability. (And if you have not read many research articles, you might check this out.) The database is by no means comprehensive. And I would encourage students to use any articles that they find compelling as a jumping off point to read more from those scholars, as well as whom they cite and who cites them (which is easily done in Google Scholar). If you have any suggestions, please let me know here.
|Verbal hygiene for women: Linguistics misapplied?||1994||Cameron, Deborah||Applied Linguistics||attitudes, policy, gender||link|
|Women beware women: Detective fiction and critical discourse stylistics||1998||Clark, Urszula, and Sonia Zyngier||Language and Literature||literature, gender||link|
|You da man: Narrating the racial other in the production of white masculinity||1999||Bucholtz, Mary||Journal of Sociolinguistics||gender, ethnicity||link|