Naming Gender and Ideology in Arab Culture
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Arabic name
Meaning

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Khudr, A. (1). Naming Gender and Ideology in Arab Culture. Al-Raida Journal, 12-17. https://doi.org/10.32380/alrj.v0i0.988

Abstract

First names have been studied in different settings to identify specific patterns of culture and interaction (Goodenough, 1965), or changes in the political and social arena (Bulliett, 1978). Very few studies, however, have addressed the question of whether names represent ideological structures. This article summarizes the findings of a study on ideology and gender in a specific cultural context by examining first names.

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