The discursive construction of femininities in the accounts of Japanese women

@article{Charlebois2010TheDC,
  title={The discursive construction of femininities in the accounts of Japanese women},
  author={Justin Charlebois},
  journal={Discourse Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={699 - 714}
}
This article presents findings from a study investigating the gendered interpretative repertoires or ‘ways of seeing the world’ that a group of Japanese women drew on as they discursively constructed their gendered identities during semi-structured interviews. The study draws on critical discursive psychology which views language not simply as a window into people’s minds, but as a discursive resource which individuals utilize to perform various discursive functions. Participants assumed a… Expand

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