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Ueno, Junko: "Shojo and Adult Women. A Linguistic Analysis of Gender Identity in Manga (Japanese Comics)." In: Women and Language 29.1 (2006), S. 16–25.
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Keywords: Gender, Japan, Manga, Sprache
Collection: Women and Language
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This study analyzes the linguistic behavior of female characters in shojo (girls) and ladies (women) manga (Japanese comics) and discusses the portrayal of female gender identities in the context of popular print media. Considering the great impact that Japanese print media has had over Japanese women’s speech patterns throughout history, a linguistic analysis of female characters’ speech patterns in shojo and ladies manga may reveal the kinds of representations of language and gender in manga and how these representations may affect Japanese women’s gender identity today. Based on data collected through quantitative and qualitative approaches, the discussion focuses on the gender identities of shojo and adult women in shojo and ladies manga.
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