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Book chapter

ГЕНДЕРНЫЕ АСПЕКТЫ МЕЖКУЛЬТУРНОЙ КОММУНИКАЦИИ

С. 425-430.

The gender differences in behaviour, socialisation, and intercultural

communication between males and females have social and cultural significance and are regularly

discussed in sociological, anthropological, ethnopsychological studies. Unlike the category of sexus,

the status of genders and, correspondingly, gender hierarchy and gender-based models of behaviour

are not based in biology but are constituted by society (doing gender), prescribed by the instituted

of social control and cultural traditions. Gender relationships form an important aspect of social

organization and intercultural communication. The principal theoretical and methodological

standpoints of the concept of gender are based in four related components, i.e., 1) cultural symbols,

2) normative statements used for interpretations in religious, scientific, and legal discourse, 3) social

institutes and organisations, and, finally, 4) personality self-identification. Gender relationships are

conserved by language in the form of cultural stereotypes, forming an imprint on the behaviour,

intercultural communication, as well as linguistic socialisation of individuals.

In book

Болотова А. К. Т. 1: Запад-Восток: Пересечения культур. Университет Киото Сангё, 2019.