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Title: Female Speakers of Japanese 
Author: れいのるず秋葉, かつえ; Reynolds, Katsue A.
Date: 1985
Publisher: Feminist Issues
Citation: Feminist Issues Volume 5, Number 2, pp.13-46
Description: The first description of Japanese women's language in English, utilizing generative-transformational methods to scientifically demonstrate the discriminatory nature of the gender dichotomy of the linguistic resource in Japanese.
Keywords: Particles, Speech act, Confirmative, Dubitative, Assertive, Copula deletion, Fragmentation, Benefactive imperative, Politeness, woman-to-woman talk

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