Sexism in language: a case study on Bangladeshi youth
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This case study attempts to find out the variation of language use among the young generation of Bangladesh. Students from some renowned private universities were the target of this study. There were many theories regarding different use of language among different genders. Among them some of the theories are used in my research. This paper will discuss about various aspects of language becoming sexist. The hypothesis of the study is to find out those aspects where language varies among the sexes. To test the hypothesis a survey questionnaire was prepared and it was distributed among the students with the help of internet and Facebook. The study is based on the answer coming from the students. As it is a case study a good number of data was collected. Among them equal number of male and female data was selected to do the case study. Then theses data were analyzed to prepare the study. After analyzing the data, its finding helped us to prepare a result. Findings of the study were described with the reasons of the difference in language variation comes out and last conclusion is provided.