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. 283–310
Turkish. The communication of gender in Turkish
1.Introduction 2. Gender in the Turkish language system 3. Covert gender – the semantics of terms without overt gender distinctions 3.1 Covert gender 3.2 Covert gender in context 3.3 Linguistic effects of covert gender 4. Asymmetrical gender marking 5. The male-human ambiguity 5.1 Male = human 5.2 Human > male 6. Gender in Turkish proverbs 7. Gender in terms of abuse and verbal insults 8. Feminist language critique and linguistic change in Turkish 9. Conclusion Notes References
Published online: 09 October 2001
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