The management of heterosexist talk: Conversational resources and prejudiced claims

@inproceedings{Speer2000TheMO,
  title={The management of heterosexist talk: Conversational resources and prejudiced claims},
  author={Susan A Speer and Jonathan Potter},
  year={2000}
}
This article criticizes current psychological work on `heterosexism', highlighting the way its operationalization tends to obscure flexible discursive practices and settle them into stable, causal attitudes within individuals. It studies extracts from a variety of sources where sexuality is made relevant (in describing someone as a `poof' or a `dyke', for example), and considers (a) how interactants attend to `heterosexism' in their talk and (b) what such `attending to' is doing interactionally… CONTINUE READING

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