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IMAGE OF MUSLIM WOMEN REPRESENTED BY MEANS OF MODERN ENGLISH
Corresponding Author(s) : Stanislava B. Smirnova
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 7 No. 4 (2019): July
Purpose: The aim of the study is to show the image of Muslim women and to identify their position at the language level.
Methodology: In this research, the following materials were used for conceptual and semantic analysis: scientific articles including Scopus and WOS bases, the Quran, scientific research findings, dictionaries, etc. Conceptual analysis included several approaches: logical, psycholinguistic and philosophical approaches. Also, descriptive, comparative-historical, and structural analysis were used.
Main Findings: As a result, a new woman has another new image in all aspects of life and at the language level as well. In conclusion, there has been a change in the generally accepted view of the place of women, one of the reasons for this phenomenon has been the resettlement of migrants from the countries of the Middle East to English-speaking countries, in particular to Great Britain.
Applications: This research can be used by women's rights organizations, Muslim women's organizations as well as human rights organizations.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, Muslim women representation reflection and influence on modern English language has been studied.
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