Myths and reality: gender and language problems in the media


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Abstract

The article brings in some gender-related linguistic issues to compare the views in international newspapers with those of sociolinguistics.

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S Avakimyan

Monterey Institute of International Studies

; Monterey Institute of International Studies

P Tankut

Monterey Institute of International Studies

; Monterey Institute of International Studies

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