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Russian. Doing gender in Russian

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Abstract

1.Introduction <br /> 2. Structural properties <br /> 2.1 Grammatical gender <br /> 2.2 Gender agreement <br /> 2.3 The morphological structure of personal nouns <br /> 2.3.1 Derivation <br /> 2.3.2 Compounding <br /> 3. The lexical representation of women and men <br /> 4. Gender and reference <br /> 4.1 Gender-specific reference and agreement conflicts <br /> 4.2 Gender-indefinite reference and generic masculines <br /> 4.3 The endearing use of the masculine gender <br /> 4.4 Summary <br /> 5. The interpretation of generic masculines: Empirical evidence <br /> 5.1 Personal nouns with specific reference <br /> 5.2 Personal nouns with more generic reference <br /> 5.3 Metalinguistic test <br /> 6. Linguistic gender studies in Russia <br /> 6.1 Proverbs and idioms <br /> 6.1.1 The androcentric perspective <br /> 6.1.2 <i>&#x17D;enskij golos</i> &#x2013; &#8216;The female voice&#8217; <br /> 6.1.3 &#8216;Woman/wife&#8217; <br /> 6.1.4 &#8216;Mother&#8217; <br /> 6.1.5 The &#x201C;pseudo-female&#x201D; perspective <br /> 6.2 Obscene expressions &#x2013; a male domain? <br />7.Language politics <br />8.Suggestions for future research <br /><i>Notes <br />References</i>

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