A Study Of Gender Characteristics In English Culture Regarding The Language Of English

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (3):155-158 (2005)

English language through the analysis of the gender culture can be seen in the Anglo-American culture, gender and cultural characteristics. English language, gender expression and symbol of Anglo-American cultural reality. Anglo-American culture, gender and cultural reality of this performance: men are always significant and positive image associated with, whereas women are often associated with negative meaning associated with the image; men are always linked with the important things, while women and unimportant things linked; men often linked to a strong successful image, while women are the losers and the weak image linked to. The article analyzes the culture of gender in England and America through English language. The traits of gender culture in the two societies are clearly revealed through English language. English language expresses, embodies and symbolizes the cultural reality of gender in the countries. The cultural reality of gender in British and American culture are as follows. Males are usually associated with positive images while females are associated with negative images. Males are usually associated with significant happenings while females are associated with insignificant ones. Males are usually associated with powerful and successful images while females are usually associated with weak and victimized images
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