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Estatus social, papel y lenguaje de las mujeres chinas

Lien-tan Pan and Susana del Moral
Estudios de Asia y Africa
Vol. 40, No. 2 (127) (May - Aug., 2005), pp. 379-394
Published by: El Colegio de Mexico
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40368316
Page Count: 16
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Abstract

Este artículo refiere la manera en que las mujeres chinas de la antigüedad desempeñaban su rol y cuál era su condición social; discute también los roles y la condición social de las mujeres chinas modernas, y además menciona ciertos estereotipos comunes de los estilos discursivos masculinos y femeninos de la comunidad taiwanesa. Otro punto de discusión son las diferencias entre el habla de hombres y mujeres relativas a su forma de dirigirse a las personas: cuestiones sintácticas, expresiones no verbales, etcétera. Se espera comprobar que mujeres y hombres serán iguales en estos aspeaos en un futuro próximo. /// In this article is referred the way how ancient Chinese women played their role, and which was its social condition. It also discusses the roles and social condition of modern Chinese women and, moreover, mentions certain common stereotypes of male and female speech styles of the Taiwanese community. Another point of discussion are the differences between male and female speech when addressing other people (syntactic issues, non-verbal expressions, etc). The article tries to prove that women and men will be equal on these aspects in the near future.

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