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Gender, politeness, stereotype Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Group 4 -Akhmadi -Ratih Pangestuti -Ariyanti -Heldina Pristanti-Sekta Lonir Oscarini Wati Bhakti
  • 2. According to an American linguist, RobinLakoff, women express : Uncertainty Lack of confidence
  • 3.  Close the door. That’s an adorable dog Oh dear, the TV set’s broken I’ll be damned there’s a friend of mine! I was very tired I was so mad My goodness,there’s Bu Diah Sunggingwati!
  • 4.  Lexical hedges or filler ▪ you know, sort of, well, you see. Tag question, ▪ she’s very nice, isn’t she? Rising intonation on declaratives, ▪ it’s really good? Intensifiers such as just and so ▪ I love him so much ‘Superpolite’ forms ▪ indirect request
  • 5. There are two language features used bywomen: Hedging devices ▪ signal lack of confidence Boosting devices ▪ Signal persuade their addressee to take them seriously
  • 6. USING TAG QUESTIONS EXPRESS  Uncertainty  Doubt FUCTION  Facilitative or positive politeness devices  Soften directive or criticism
  • 7. Function of Tag Questions Women MenExpressing uncertainty 35% 61%Facilitative 59% 26%Softening 6% 13% TOTAL 100% 100%
  • 8.  Meaning based on pronunciation Position in the utterance Kinds of speech act To whom  who is using the utterance Speech behavior  status
  • 9.  Women use more politeness devices then the men ▪ Men to men  fewer politeness ▪ Men to women  more politeness Social Role or Status  Different Pattern of Language ▪ Statusful women ▪ Title man
  • 10.  Interrupting Behavior Based on research, women got interrupted more than men. Conversational Feedback According to American studies, women do the more positive feedback to the conversational partner better than men do.
  • 11. Women Gossiping:• Usually consist of experiences, problems, feeling• Avoid criticizing people in order not to make the atmosphere becomes discomfort.Men Gossiping:• Tend to argue about certain topics, criticized each other and sometimes make the conversational partner feels down.
  • 12. Approaching the constructive of gender as a process rather than regarding gender as a given category• The ways in which people construct particular kinds of social identity – Narratives of personal experience • Interactive pragmatic particles • Appealing to shared experience – Contestive and conformist gender identity • Using an assertive discourse
  • 13.  Sexiest language is one example of the way a culture or society conveys its values from one group to another and from one generation to the next Language conveys attitudes. Sexiest attitudes stereotype a person according to gender rather than judging on individual merits Sexiest language encodes stereotyped attitudes to women and men
  • 14. It’s concerned with the way languageexpresses both negative and positivestereotypes of both women and men
  • 15. ENGLISH METAPHORSANIMAL IMAGERY FOOD IMAGERYWOMEN MEN WOMEN MEN Bitch Stud Crumpet ParsnipOld Biddy wolf tart Cow Chick Bird Sugar Veg Kitten sweetie Cabbage honey
  • 16.  GENERIC STRUCTURE ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY MEN WOMEN BASE FORMS BASE FORMS + SUFFIX LION LIONESS COUNT COUNTESS ACTOR ACTRESS USHER USHERETTE HERO HEROINE AVIATOR AVIATRIX
  • 17. THANKS A LOT