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JCR. 2020; 7(9): 936-940


GENDER CONCEPTS IN FOLKLORIC TEXTS: NARRATORS AND THEIR STYLE

Mahina Azatovna Abduvahabova, Madina Eshmakhmatovna Mukhammadieva, Komila Eshmakhmatovna Turaboyeva.

Abstract
For many years, the use of the term “discourse” in textual research has become a tradition. Research on language and discourse relations is becoming as popular as research on language and gender relations. However, the analysis of feminist and masculine discourse in linguistics is still a minority for political and social reasons. This article examines the style of the English, Italian and Uzbek folklore texts through concepts of “men” and “women”, their nominative-conceptual structure. Undoubtedly, folklore texts are passed colloquially through words, they have neither narrator nor writer, so different folklore texts have been analyzed according to the gender of collectors of the three nations.

Key words: gender, discourse analysis, folkloric texts, concept, cognitive linguistics, cognitive-associative zones.



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