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Dutch. Towards a more gender-fair usage in Netherlands Dutch

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Abstract

1.Introduction <br /> 2. Selected structural properties of Dutch <br /> 2.1 Grammatical gender <br /> 2.2 Gender-specific vs. gender-indefinite personal nouns <br /> 2.3 The morphology of personal nouns <br /> 2.3.1 Derivation <br /> 2.3.2 Compounding <br /> 3. Gender-biased usage: Variation and tendencies of change <br /> 3.1 Historical background <br /> 3.2 Generic masculine nouns and pronominalisation <br /> 3.2.1 Problems in traditional usage <br /> 3.2.2 Tendencies of variation and change <br /> 3.3 Terms of address and family names <br /> 3.3.1 Terms of address <br /> 3.3.2 Family names <br /> 3.4 Idiomatic expressions and stereotypical descriptions of women and men <br /> 3.5 Occupational terms: A case of Dutch language politics <br /> 3.5.1 Problems in traditional usage <br /> 3.5.2 The recommendations and the public debate <br /> 3.5.3 The manual for professional terms of the Dutch Language Union (2000) <br /> 4. The use of occupational titles in advertising: An empirical study <br /> 5. Conclusion <br /> <i>Notes <br />References</i>

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