Stylistic Characteristics of the Gender Based Folkloric Discourse
Abduvahabova Mohina Azatovna1, Eshankulova Nargiza Xayitmuratovna2, Burtabaeva Barno Akbar qizi3, Umarov Bobir Norboyevich4
1Abduvahabova Mohina Azatovna, Department of Theoretical, Uzbekistan State University of World languages, and Department of Western languages, Tashkent State University of Oriental languages, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
2Eshankulova Nargiza Hayitmuratovna, Department of Theoretical, Uzbekistan State University of World languages, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
3Burtabaeva Barno Akbar qizi, Department of Theoretical, Uzbekistan State University of World languages, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
4Umarov Bobir Norboyevich, Department of Theoretical, Uzbekistan State University of World languages, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Manuscript received on September 11, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on November 03, 2020. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2021. | PP: 163-166 | Volume-10 Issue-1, November 2020 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijitee.A81421110120| DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A8142.1110120
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Abstract: Discourse analysis includes such types of speech activities as speaking, listening, reading and writing, i.e. through this analysis it is possible to analyze dialogic, monologue texts, natural speech, any type of texts in terms of genre. Discourse analysis is usually connected to psychological (cognitive, cultural-historical), linguistic (grammatical, textological, stylistic), semiotic (semantic, syntactic, pragmatic), philosophical (structuralist, poststructuralist, deconstructivist), logical (argumentative and analytical), informational-communicative and rhetorical approaches. In this manuscript, we have explored the style of male and female folkloric text through various stylistic means. As a research method, we used the discourse analysis proposed by S. Mills. For many years, the use of the term “discourse” in textual research has become a tradition. Research on language and discourse relations is becoming as popular research on language and gender relations. However, the analysis of feminist and masculine discourse in linguistics is still minor for political and social reasons. This manuscript examines the style of the English, Italian and Uzbek folklore texts through gender based and functional stylistics. Undoubtedly, folklore texts are passed colloquially through words, they have neither narrator nor writer, so different folklore texts have been analyzed according to the gender of collectors of the three nations. The creation of a special categorical apparatus in the field of gender stylistics requires the introduction of “gender style” and “gender stylization”. Gender methodology is based on the author’s gender characteristics, speech. Gender style varies depending on the gender change of the author and falls into a certain patterns. The plot and content structure of any type of text depends on the gender of the author or subject of the speech.
Keywords: Discourse analysis, Folkloric discourse, Gender, Heroes, Narrators, Punctuation, Stylistic devices, Texts.