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- DescriptionThis data-oriented study aims at providing an omasiological account of the historical synyms of the term fallen woman from Old English up to Early Modern English. It focuses on linguistic mechanisms which are at work in the formation of euphemisms and dysphemisms semantically linked to the conceptual category Fallen Woman. Additionally, the book highlights the historical and cultural variations in the approach to sex relations in different parts of the world and in different epochs. The cognitive methodological apparatus is the core of the analytical part of the work. The results of the axiologically oriented analysis point to the prevailing tendency of female-specific lexical items to undergo the process of pejoration with the passage of time.
- Author BiographyBozena Duda is a lecturer in the Institute of English Studies at the University of Rzeszow (Poland). Her main research interests include diachronic semantics, historical sociolinguistics, euphemisation processes and onomasiological studies.
- Author(s)Bozena Duda
- PublisherPeter Lang AG
- Date of Publication30/06/2014
- Series TitleStudies in English Medieval Language and Literature
- Series Part/Volume Number45
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- First Published2014
- ImprintPeter Lang AG
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight470 g
- Width148 mm
- Height210 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Edition StatementNew edition
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