Article published in:Gender Across Languages: The linguistic representation of women and men. Volume 1
Edited by Marlis Hellinger and Hadumod Bußmann
[IMPACT: Studies in Language, Culture and Society 9] 2001
► pp. 1–25
Gender across languages
The linguistic representation of women and men
1. Aims and scope of “Gender across languages” 2. Gender classes as a special case of noun classes 2.1 Classifier languages 2.2 Noun class languages 3. Categories of gender 3.1 Grammatical gender 3.2 Lexical gender 3.3 Referential gender 3.4 “False generics”: Generic masculines and male generics 3.5 Social gender 4. Gender-related structures 4.1 Word-formation 4.2 Agreement 4.3 Pronominalization 4.4 Coordination 5. Gender-related messages 5.1 Address terms 5.2 Idiomatic expressions and proverbs 5.3 Female and male discourse 6. Language change and language reform 7. Conclusion Notes References
Published online: 09 October 2001
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