publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014

Development of the third gender linguistic variation

Dacanay, Lorlaine R.;
Open Access Old English
  • Published: 18 Dec 2014
Abstract
Member of the third gender develop linguistic patterns by adding or inverting letters from the original word. Linguistic patterns show inversion, addition, changing, omission and coinage. The study uses descriptive-interpretative design. Three areas are interpreted; coined words are ambivalent to become discreet in exchanging messages that might be offensive to conservative listeners.
Subjects
free text keywords: third gender, linguistic variation, queer theory, gay lingo
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014

Development of the third gender linguistic variation

Dacanay, Lorlaine R.;