Arabic. Shifting sands

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1.Introduction <br /> 2. Sociolinguistic perspectives: Multiglossia and multilingualism <br /> 3. A brief comparison of Moroccan Arabic with other varieties of Arabic <br /> 4. Grammatical gender in Moroccan Arabic <br /> 4.1 Feminine and masculine gender <br /> 4.2 Grammatical gender in human nouns <br /> 4.3 Generic reference <br /> 4.4 Rules of pronominalization <br /> 4.5 Morphological structure of Moroccan Arabic human nouns <br /> 5. The socio-religious basis of gender issues in Morocco <br /> 6. Women and men in religious texts <br /> 7. How are women addressed and talked about in Moroccan society? <br /> 7.1 Pre-child-bearing phase: The virgin female <br /> 7.2 The child-bearing phase: The woman as wife and mother <br /> 7.3 Post-child-bearing phase: Elderly women <br /> 8. Interactional practices <br /> 9. Concluding remarks <br /> <i>Notes</i> <br /><i>References</i>


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