An Analysis of the Relationship Between the Declining Tendency of the Use of Women's Language and the Changing Social Status for Females in Japan
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The use of women's language with distinct femininity has been decreasing in Japan. At the same time, advancement of women in Japanese society has become increasingly prominent. The author has approached the two tendencies from several dimensions of social Issues surrounding women in Japan; marriage, employment, education, and women's language. The circumstantial evidence suggests that men's language and women's language are coming closer to each other in order to share more features and are therefore bringing a sense of solidarity.
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