publication . Article . 2011

Complaining in EFL Learners: Differences of Realizations between Men and Women (A case study of Indonesian EFL learners at the English Department of the Indonesian University of Education)

Dyah Ayu T.; Didi Sukyadi;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2011 Journal: Parole: Journal of Linguistics and Education (issn: 2338-0683, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Diponegoro University
<p><em>In the society, </em><em>various st</em><em>udies suggest that the way men and women speak is different. </em><em>Women are considered to be more polite than men</em><em> and many assumptions arise to support this idea</em><em>. By looking at that phenomenon, the reseacher attempts to establish evidences and verification about women&rsquo;s linguistic behavior in which women are theoretically more polite than men are and to discover more information about the characteristics of men and women by investigating the linguistic features between men and women&rsquo;s speech act</em><em>, especially in speech act of complaining. </em></p> <p><em>The present stud...
free text keywords: Education (General), L7-991, Language and Literature, P, Philology. Linguistics, P1-1091
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