Robin T. Lakoff

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Sociolinguistics, pragmatics
Website:
http://linguistics.berkeley.edu/people/person_detail.php?person=22
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Parents

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Noam Chomsky grad student MIT

Children

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Mary Bucholtz grad student UC Berkeley
John M. Lawler grad student 1973 Michigan, Ann Arbor
Stephen Curtis Levinson grad student 1977 UC Berkeley
Deborah Tannen grad student 1979 UC Berkeley
Kira Hall grad student 1995 UC Berkeley
Leela Bilmes grad student 2001 UC Berkeley
Makiko Takekuro grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Micah T.J. Jackson grad student 2005-2012 Graduate Theological Union (Theology Tree)
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Lakoff RT. (2009) Sociolinguistics A Companion to the History of the English Language. 608-617
Lakoff R. (2008) Language, Gender, and Politics: Putting "Women" and "Power" in the Same Sentence The Handbook of Language and Gender. 160-178
Lakoff RT. (2008) Nine Ways of Looking at Apologies: The Necessity for Interdisciplinary Theory and Method in Discourse Analysis The Handbook of Discourse Analysis. 197-214
Lakoff RT. (2006) Vulgar Latin: Comparative castration (and comparative theories of syntax) Style. 40: 56-61
Lakoff RT. (2005) The politics of Nice Journal of Politeness Research. 1: 173-191
Lakoff RT. (2004) The new incivility: Threat or promise? New Media Language. 36-44
Lakoff RT. (1997) The O.J. Simpson case as an exercise in narrative analysis Discourse Processes. 23: 547-566
Lakoff RT. (1989) The limits of politeness: Therapeutic and courtroom discourse Multilingua. 8: 101-130
Lakoff R. (1989) The way we were; or; The real actual truth about generative semantics. A memoir Journal of Pragmatics. 13: 939-988
Lakoff RT, Tannen D. (1984) Conversational strategy and metastrategy in a pragmatic theory: The example of Scenes from a Marriage Semiotica. 49: 323-346
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