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Gender analysis in some English textbooks

Harjuki, Harjuki (2010) Gender analysis in some English textbooks. Skripsi, Tarbiyah dan Keguruan.

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Harjuki. 2010. Gender analysis in some English textbooks. Thesis, English Department. Tarbiyah Faculty. Advisor: (I) DR. Syaifuddin Ahmad Husain, M.A., (II) Dra. Hj.Wardah Hayati, M.A. This research analyzes the use of gender word of noun, pronoun (she and he), and verb in seventh grade book. The problems in this research include; how often do the authors of certain English text books use masculine, feminine word and pronouns (she and he)?, In using the main verb, are there common gender stereotyping roles or not? This research purpose is to know frequency of gender word that is used by authors and what man and woman do in those books with respect to its verb?. The data are taken from tree books which are written by authors. The writer does library research simple quantitative analysis is used in this research. This research finds out: The use of masculine word is 266 and 250 for feminine word; but, pronoun he is 152 and she has 147 in the first book. In the second book, there is 143 for masculine word and 117 for feminine word; while, pronoun he gets 107 and she has 78. In the third book, 331 points are had by masculine word and 266 are for feminine word; but, pronoun he shows 73 times and she is 81 times in this book. There are verbs that refer to gender stereotype like plow and stop for the first book. Continue, explain, get, own, think, turn, work, and wash in the second book. In the third book, there are the verbs finish, plan, and win.

Item Type: Skripsi
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Users 62 not found.
Date Deposited: 22 Jul 2016 06:57
Last Modified: 22 Jul 2016 06:57
URI: http://idr.uin-antasari.ac.id/id/eprint/5393

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