publication . Article . 2017

A review on gender linguistics studies

Roozbeh Moradi;
Open Access Arabic
  • Published: 01 Apr 2017 Journal: Hunar-i zabān (issn: 2476-6526, eissn: 2538-2713, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Language Art
Gender linguistics is a cynosure branch within the framework of language sociology and it deals with the effect that the gender, as a variable, has on the creation of lingual diversities. Because a great many of the social-cultural concepts, including gender, are multifaceted, one-dimensional and absolute perceptions of such concepts lead to some sort of superficiality, particularly in research areas. The present article, firstly, deals with the presentation of the notions opined by two prominent figures of the field, namely Robin Lakoff, 1975 and Deborah Tannen, 1990. Then, it is attempted, through a probe into the most recent studies carried out in the years f...
free text keywords: Gender Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Gender-related Theories, Language Structures, Language Application., Language and Literature, P, Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar, P101-410
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