2 edition of Sexist overtones in Kiswahili female metaphors found in the catalog.
Sexist overtones in Kiswahili female metaphors
Inyani K. Simala
by Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Written in English
|Statement||Inyani K. Simala.|
|Series||Gender issues research report series ;, no. 7, Gender issue research report series ;, no. 7.|
|LC Classifications||PL8702 .S56 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||99891943|
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Get this from a library. Sexist overtones in Kiswahili female metaphors: a critical analysis. [Inyani K Simala]. "This study represents an attempt to critically analyze sexist overtones evident in Kiswahili metaphors.
Specific interest is focused on attitudes towards women, questions of central focus for the research includes: What are the most frequently used metaphors in reference to women. What are the prinAuthor: Inyani K. Simala. Simala: Sexist Overtones In Kiswahili Female Metaphors: A Critical Analysis 2 Foremost among fundamental goals of the research was not simply to describe but to explain and analyze aspects of female metaphors in Kiswahili language.
The objective for the research was the formulation of clear and satisfying explanations of this language behavior. Traditional sexism is the belief that women's roles should be confined to the family and that women are not as fit as men for certain tasks or for leadership positions.
Sexist Overtones In Kiswahili Female Metaphors: A Critical Analysis "This study represents an attempt to critically analyze sexist overtones evident in Kiswahili metaphors. Specific interest is focused on attitudes towards women, questions of central focus for the research includes: What are the most frequently used.
The novel Pride and Prejudice was written by Jane Austen. The theme of the book does not center around sexist stereotypes, but the story does reinforce sexist stereotypes of women.
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PROVERBIUM 32 () AHMAD KIPACHA THE BLASON POPULAIRE IN SWAHILI PAREMIA. Article Sexist Overtones in Kiswahili Female Metaphors: A Critical. Examples of Popular Metaphors “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” – William Shakespeare “I am the good shepherd and I lay down my life for the sheep.” – The Bible, John “All our words are but crumbs that fall down from the feast of the mind.”Khalil Gibran.
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Ryan believes that the metaphors we’re using to describe women at work reflect the world’s androcentricism – our insistence that, even inwe consider the male experience as “the norm”. Language and gender studie 7 line of inquiry was trivialized and branded as “radical feminism” based on the mis— j understood and decontextualized claims of a few researchers in the s (see espe- ; cially Penelope (reprint of work); Todasco ; and, for a book-length s moved on to the macro 1' issues implied by sexist usage.
Kiswahili or Swahili is a language of Bantu or African origin. but with strong influence or Persian and Arabic language. However, some historians believe that Swahili existed even before the Arabs. The point is that while the new story may have stripped away the old sexist overtones, the egg and sperm remain gendered, essentially reflecting the.
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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, in its antiauthority stance, resonated strongly with these and other events of the s. Pauline Kael, movie critic for The New Yorker, said that the film came along when the right metaphor for the human condition was a loony bin. Major Works. Lombroso’s essential work is the five volumes of Criminal Man, first published between and As suggested in DeLisi (cited under Contemporary Responses: Paradigm Shifts), Lombroso’s work can be effectively characterized as good, bad, and ugly based on the assorted claims that he s much of his work can easily be dismissed and condemned, other aspects.
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