Credentials: Breast Slang and the Discourse of Femininity
AbstractThis article situates a thematic discourse analysis of accumulated breast slang within the representational production of ideal female breasts in the service of normative femininity. These ideals also participate in a number of interrelated discourses including race and gender relations. Résumé Cet article situe une analyse thématique de discours d’argot accumulé pour décrire les seins contenu dans une production représentationnelle des seins de femmes idéals dans le service de la féminité normative. Ces idéals participent aussi à un nombre de discours corrélatifs qui incluent la race et les relations entre les sexes.
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