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Gender inequality and female body language in children's literature
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
In this paper, we aim to situate corpus linguistic approaches to literary texts within the wider context of digital humanities. With an exploratory case study of gendered body language in children's literature, we illustrate the relationship between quantitative and qualitative analysis. The case study is focused on female body language descriptions and how the presentation of body language has changed over time. We work with two corpora of children's literature: 19th century and contemporarydoi:10.1093/llc/fqaa051 fatcat:ujxuwlsnffeaxikxgascmodpum