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Gender Issues In Classroom and Society.pptx

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Gender Issues In Classroom and Society.pptx

This Presentation is on Gender issues regarding language in classroom and society. This is the most important topic in sociolinguistics and It also focuses on language differences of men and women.

This Presentation is on Gender issues regarding language in classroom and society. This is the most important topic in sociolinguistics and It also focuses on language differences of men and women.

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Gender Issues In Classroom and Society.pptx

  1. 1. The term “gender” is derived from the Latin word “genus” which means kind or race. Gender in linguistics refers to the grammatical classification of nouns and pronouns into feminine, masculine and sometimes neutral . The social construct theory views gender as a “cultural performance and recurring accomplishment that varies across contexts.
  2. 2. Language and gender is an area of study within sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, and related fields that investigates varieties of speech associated with a particular gender, or social norms for such gendered language use. Language is a tool of communication. “Language and gender” refers to the relationship between the language of male and female.
  3. 3.  Gender difference is not only a reflection of the speeches between male and female, but also a reflection of their different living styles and attitudes.  Males are more concerned with power, they desire to be leaders.  While females are satisfied with their subordinate status.  Males speak directly and take transferring information as the first thing.  But females speak indirectly, implicitly and mildly.  For Females, expressing feelings is very important.
  4. 4.  Early in the 1970s, linguists, psychologists began to attach great importance to differences between the language of male and female.  Deficit theory by Lakoff (1975), who considers that female language is inferior to male language.  The dominance theory by Thorne(1975), who thinks female language is superior, male language is a kind of deficiency.  Cameron (2003) put forward that women are better at listening and sharing emotions with others.
  5. 5. Men’s language is heard  As clearly their toughness  As lack of affect, competitiveness  As independence  As competence  As hierarchy  As control  Men usually ask something to do point that different with women. Women usually use tag questions  To reflect their (our) conservatism  To upward mobility  To insecurity  To emotional expressivity  To sensitivity to others  To solidarity  Women usually do not to do point when they want to ask something, that very different with men.
  6. 6. Changing the topic of conversation. This difference may well be at the root of the conception that women chatter and talk too much, and may still sparker the same thinking in some males Women’s Topic  Gossip  Men  Shopping  Child-rearing  Personal relationship Men’s Topic  Firm  Sport  Women  Politic  Cars

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