Sex and Gender in Serbian and Bulgarian
It's a comparative study, focused on a grammatical category Gender in the Indo-European languages. All European languages show sexist structures. Today European gender languages have problems with the designations of professions. Gender is present in most European languages, but sex and gender do not always coincide. Today the European languages have to deal with the phenomen that professions previously reserved for men are now open to women. Further, suffixes are often polysemous. The most...[Show more]
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