Theoretical foundation

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Theoretical foundation. / Haettner Aurelius, Eva.

Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800.. ed. / Eva Haettner Aurelius; Hedda Gunneng; Jon Helgason. Nordic Academic Press, 2012. p. 15-30.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Harvard

Haettner Aurelius, E 2012, Theoretical foundation. in E Haettner Aurelius, H Gunneng & J Helgason (eds), Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800.. Nordic Academic Press, pp. 15-30.

APA

Haettner Aurelius, E. (2012). Theoretical foundation. In E. Haettner Aurelius, H. Gunneng, & J. Helgason (Eds.), Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800. (pp. 15-30). Nordic Academic Press.

CBE

Haettner Aurelius E. 2012. Theoretical foundation. Haettner Aurelius E, Gunneng H, Helgason J, editors. In Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800.. Nordic Academic Press. pp. 15-30.

MLA

Haettner Aurelius, Eva "Theoretical foundation"., Haettner Aurelius, Eva Gunneng, Hedda Helgason, Jon (editors). Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800.. Nordic Academic Press. 2012, 15-30.

Vancouver

Haettner Aurelius E. Theoretical foundation. In Haettner Aurelius E, Gunneng H, Helgason J, editors, Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800.. Nordic Academic Press. 2012. p. 15-30

Author

Haettner Aurelius, Eva. / Theoretical foundation. Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800.. editor / Eva Haettner Aurelius ; Hedda Gunneng ; Jon Helgason. Nordic Academic Press, 2012. pp. 15-30

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - Theoretical foundation

AU - Haettner Aurelius, Eva

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Different theories about woman and woman's writing are surveyed. Showalter's theory on woman's culture is presented and modified, in order to create a theoretical platform for testing the hypothesis about woman's language existing outside the dominant language. The material chosen, women's letters from mainly the 18th Century in French, German, Swedish, and English, for testing this hypothesis, is presented as especially relevant for testing this hypothesis.

AB - Different theories about woman and woman's writing are surveyed. Showalter's theory on woman's culture is presented and modified, in order to create a theoretical platform for testing the hypothesis about woman's language existing outside the dominant language. The material chosen, women's letters from mainly the 18th Century in French, German, Swedish, and English, for testing this hypothesis, is presented as especially relevant for testing this hypothesis.

KW - style

KW - 18th Century letters

KW - women's letters

KW - women's language

KW - women's culture

M3 - Book chapter

SN - 978-91-87121-87-6

SP - 15

EP - 30

BT - Women's language. An Analysis of Style and Expression in Letters befor 1800.

A2 - Haettner Aurelius, Eva

A2 - Gunneng, Hedda

A2 - Helgason, Jon

PB - Nordic Academic Press

ER -