Susan L. Ehrlich, Ph.D.
|Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics||York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
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|Ehrlich S. (2018) ‘Well, I saw the picture’: semiotic ideologies and the unsettling of normative conceptions of female sexuality in the Steubenville rape trial Gender and Language. 13: 251-269|
|Ehrlich S. (2012) Text trajectories, legal discourse and gendered inequalities Applied Linguistics Review. 3: 47-73|
|Ehrlich S. (2012) Sally McConnell‐Ginet. Gender, Sexuality, and Meaning: Linguistic Practice and Politics (Studies in Language and Gender). New York/Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press. 2011. 312 pp. Pb (0195187814) $29.95. Journal of Sociolinguistics. 16: 705-709|
|Ehrlich S, Levesque S. (2011) The Strategic Marginalization of Working Class Masculinity in a Batterers' Treatment Programme Gender and Language. 5: 271-301|
|Ehrlich S. (2007) Legal discourse and the cultural intelligiblity of gendered meanings Journal of Sociolinguistics. 11: 452-477|
|Ehrlich S, Sidnell J. (2006) "I think that's not an assumption you ought to make": Challenging presuppositions in inquiry testimony Language in Society. 35: 655-676|
|Ehrlich S. (2005) Book Review: Law and the Language of Identity: Discourse in the William Kennedy Smith Rape Trial: Discourse & Society. 16: 140-142|
|Ehrlich S. (2002) Legal institutions, nonspeaking recipiency and participants' orientations Discourse and Society. 13: 731-747|
|Ehrlich S. (2002) Discourse, Gender and Sexual Violence Discourse & Society. 13: 5-7|
|Ehrlich S. (1999) Communities of practice, gender, and the representation of sexual assault Language in Society. 28: 239-256|