Eva Pavlíčková


THE ENGLISH NOUN AS A CARRIER OF A HISTORICAL AND SOCIAL MESSAGE IN THE INSTITUTIONALISED DISCOURSE



ISBN 978-80-555-1206-8


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Titulný list
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1.1  
LEGAL LANGUAGE AS AN INDICATOR OF SOCIAL REALITY
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1.2  
THE COMPLEXITY OF LEGAL LANGUAGE
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1.3  
FORENSIC DISCOURSE - THE FIELD FOR THE PRESENT RESEARCH
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1.4  
THE DOCUMENTS ANALYSED
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2.1  
GENDER AS A CATEGORY OF THE ENGLISH NOUN
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2.2  
PRAGMATIC ASSOCIATIONS: THE ENGLISH NOUN AS A CARRIER OF HISTORICAL AND SOCIAL MESSAGE
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2.3  
FORMAL VERSUS SEMANTIC CORRESPONDENCE
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2.4  
NOUNS WITH FEMININE GENDER ORIENTATION AND THEIR SOCIAL AND HISTORICAL REFERENCE
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2.5  
HISTORICAL AND SOCIAL INFERENCE OF NOUNS WITH MASCULINE GENDER ORIENTATION (COMPOUNDING WITH -MAN)
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3.1  
TRANSPARENCY OF GENDER IDENTIFICATION IN NOUNS WITH ZERO GENDER INFLECTION
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3.2  
VAGUENESS IN DEFINING GENDER IDENTIFICATION IN NOUNS WITH THE ZERO GENDER INFLECTION
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3.2.1  
Masculine gender reference expressed by a singular noun with the zero genderinflection
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3.2.2  
Feminine gender reference expressed by a singular noun with the zero gender inflection
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3.2.3  
Generic gender reference expressed by a singular noun with the zero gender inflection
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3.2.3.1  
Reference made by masculine pronouns (he, him, his) referring to both a singular male
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Reference made by masculine pronouns (he, him, his) referring to both a singular male
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3.2.3.3  
Reference made by morphologically unmarked masculine and feminine gender oriented nouns referring to both (a) singular male and female individual/s
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Reference made by masculine, feminine, and neuter pronouns
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3.2.3.5  
Reference of a noun with the zero inflection to a non-living body
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3.2.3.6  
Generic gender reference expressed by both a noun with zero inflection and a noun with feminine gender inflection
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4.1  
THE MOST FREQUENT SUFFIXES USED TO FORM DUAL NOUNS IN THE ANALYSED TEXTS
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4.2  
LINGUISTIC MEANS FACILITATING TO REVEAL LEGAL RELATIONS
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4.2.1  
Different suffixes added to the same word stem
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4.2.2  
The same suffix added to semantically different word stems
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4.2.3  
Different suffixes added to semantically different word stems
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4.3  
GENDER REFERENCE IN DUAL NOUNS
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4.3.1  
The use of masculine pronouns in historical documents
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4.3.2  
The Ways of Expressing Generic Gender Reference of Dual Nouns in Analysed Texts
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4.3.2.1  
Reference made by masculine pronouns
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4.3.2.2  
Reference made by masculine and feminine pronouns
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Reference made by masculine, feminine, and neuter pronouns
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4.4  
CONCLUSION
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4.5  
REPETITIONS IN THE INSTITUTIONALISED DISCOURSE
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4.5.1  
Two Basic Functions of Repetitions in the Forensic Discourse
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4.5.2  
Repetitions as a Means of Avoiding the Usage of Masculine Pronouns for Generic Reference
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4.5.2.1  
Repetition of the same dual noun instead of using masculine personal pronouns
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4.5.2.2  
Repetition of the same dual noun instead of using masculine possessive pronouns
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5.1  
ON THE ACADEMIC DISCOURSE
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5.2  
THE BASIC LINGUISTIC DEVICES OF EXPRESSING GENERIC GENDER REFERENCE IN BRITISH UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES PUBLISHED IN 1989
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5.3  
ON-LINE BRITISH UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES CREATED IN 1998/1999
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5.3.1  
The coordinated masculine and feminine pronouns
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5.3.2  
The third person plural personal and possessive pronouns they/their
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5.4  
THE INNOVATIVE LINGUISTIC WAYS OF EXPRESSING GENERIC GENDER REFERENCE
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5.4.1  
Plural forms of dual nouns
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5.4.2  
Repetition of a singular dual noun
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5.4.3  
Repetition of the possessive form of a singular dual noun
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5.5  
MISCELLANEOUS WAYS
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5.5.1  
The combination of a plural form of a dual noun, its singular form and coordinated pronouns he and she
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5.5.2  
The combination of the plural form of a dual noun and its possessive singular form
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5.5.3  
The usage of the indefinite and definite article
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5.5.4  
Leaving out the third person singular or plural possessive pronoun and their replacing with the definite article
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5.5.5  
Premodification of a dual noun through male and female
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