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Oriya. Linguistic and socio-cultural implications of gendered structures in Oriya

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Abstract

1.Introduction 2.Gender in Oriya <br />2.1Referential gender <br />2.2Gender marking <br /> 2.2.1Suffixation (derivation) <br /> 2.2.2Compounding <br /> 2.2.3Adjectival modification <br />2.3Lexical gender <br /> 3.Women and men in Oriya society <br /> 4.Address forms <br />4.1Kinship terms used as terms of address <br />4.2Address forms and identity <br />4.3Friendship terms <br />4.4Occupational/professional terms <br />4.5Honorific titles <br />4.6Terms of abuse and derogatory address forms <br />4.7Euphemisms used to refer to one&#8217;s spouse <br /> 5.Idiomatic expressions <br /> 6.Lexical asymmetries <br /> 7.Male generics <br /> 8.&#8216;You&#8217; in Oriya <br /> 9.Conclusion <br /> <i>Notes <br />References</i>

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