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Language Varieties in Sociolinguistics
LANGUAGE VARIETY In sociolinguistics, "language variation" refers to any distinctive variety of language or linguistic speech. Linguists use the word "language variety" (or "variety") to describe all the overlapping subcategories of a language, including dialect, regional dialect, jargon, register, accent, idiolects, slangs, pidgin, creole, diglossia, isogloss & dialect boundary, dialectal continuum, prestige, and style.
Comparison of the Novels “Alchemist” & “Abdullah”
Comparison of the Novels “Alchemist” & “Abdullah” Introduction It was a great opportunity recently to read some intriguing and believable novels. The books are titled "Abdullah" and "Alchemist". Famous and well-known Pakistani novelist Hashim Nadeem wrote one of these, and "Brazilian" author Paulo Coelho wrote the other respectively.
Data Collection Tools
Data Collection The process of collecting and evaluating specific data is known as data collection. It is used to evaluate the outcomes and to propose (suggest) answers to pertinent queries. It focuses on learning more about a specific topic, and additional information is gathered to test hypotheses that attempt to explain a phenomenon.
Feminism by Fatema Mernissi
Feminism by FatemaMernissi (1940-2015) Fatema Mernissi was born in Morocco on September 27, 1940, and she passed away in Rabat on November 30, 2015. She was a Moroccan sociologist and feminist writer. She began studying political science at the Sorbonne in Paris in 1957 before continuing her studies in the US at Brandeis University, where she earned her PhD in 1974.
Feminism and Three-Waves
Feminism and Three-Waves Background Radical feminism thought was described as the concern with sex equality and the advancement of equal treatment for people, the introduction of these concerns through hypothesis or practice, and the idea that people are valued more for their contributions to society than for their natural or sexual attributes or occupations.
Feminism in the Novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Feminism in the Novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen What is Feminism? Feminism is a collection of ideologies and movements with the overarching goal of defining, advancing, and obtaining equal political, economic, cultural, personal, and social rights for women. It is most likely that men would agree, that women and men should have equal chances, and women shouldn't face discrimination based on their gender. So, men and women should be paid equally for equal work. Moreover, feminism has undergone three waves and also, and the names of some famous feminists are Simone de Beauvoir, Marry Wollstonecraft, Bell Hooks, Andre Lorde, Fatema Merniss and Germanie Greer etc.