BAHASA ARAB DAN INFERIORITAS WANITA

Syofian Hadi

Abstract


Arabic is one of - or perhaps only - among the most gender biased language. Symbols in the Arabic language is authentic evidence of how clearly illustrated the superiority of men over women, especially in matters i'rab (grammatical) and signs. As seen from the difference dhamir (pronoun) between men and women, the difference 'adad (number) between men and women, and the form of words mu'rab (change) and mabni (does not change) between men and women and so on.

 

Keywords : Arabic languange, Women and superiority

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DOI : 10.15548/jk.v2i1.47


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15548/jk.v2i1.47

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