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Stereotypes are overgeneralized assumptions about different groups of people based on their nationality, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, or other social categories. This study examines the role of context in stereotypes found on online media. In particular, the study focuses on stereotypes of...
In keeping with a diachronic corpus-assisted discourse approach, this study explores the way Darija, the colloquial Arabic variety in Morocco, has been discursively constructed in online news articles over a ten-year timespan. To this end, a specialized corpus of over one million words was...
This paper examines language use and policies in Arabic supplementary schools in the UK to explore how language teachers and learners negotiate and renegotiate sociolinguistic hierarchies and boundaries between language varieties. It draws on long-term ethnographic research in three Arabic...
In this essay, we analyze the processes through which the actors of the December Revolution in Sudan—being themselves revolutionary activists or counterrevolutionary promoters—use language for political and economic purposes. Based on an ethnographic analysis of both oral and written language...
This paper examines how Egyptian folktales, as represented in the sampled data, construct ideologies of femininity and masculinity. 1 It looks into gender representation from a critical stylistic perspective in El Ashmawy’s (2012) Hekayat shaʕbia men Masˁr [Folktales from Egypt]. Drawing on...
The present article examines the overall frequency of overt subject pronouns in cases where their use is nonobligatory in Tunisian Arabic, the factors that condition their usage in such contexts, implication for word order, and finally the effect of contact with French on subject pronoun...
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