Here, we will look at socially motivated changes in language such as language reforms .. Available online at: Retrieved from http:// is never any one Retrieved from Shih, C., & Gamon, J. (). Web- based learning: Relationships among students motivation, attitude, learning styles and. Capturing socially motivated linguistic change: How the use of gender-fair language affects . Available online at: .
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The means and SD for all the three studies are presented in Table 2 and the results of the regression analysis are presented in Table 3. After reading the introduction, participants answered two questions: Two studies conducted in Poland investigate whether the evaluation of social initiatives Study 1: To assess participants’ actual support for the quota, they were also asked whether they had signed the support sheet for the quota act during the previous months.
Moreover, we asked their opinions on factors influencing women’s positions in the job market. Considering these differences, we hypothesized that reactions to gender-fair language would differ in Poland and Austria.
The reason to use political attitudes as a covariate in our analysis was that political views can motivatio an impact on the main dependent variable used in our studies, that is support for social equality initiatives.
This difference may lead to different perceptions of gender-fair usage in these speech communities. For this purpose, we provided seven items from the Neosexism Scale Tougas et al. We offered participants the opportunity to take part in a lottery for five Euro vouchers. The present research used an indirect approach to examine socially motivated linguistic change and more specifically, changes in the use of gender-related forms.
The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as efuhi potential conflict of interest. In the second step, we added an interaction term linguistic form and participant gendersince the effects of gender-fair language may be affected by this factor e.
In Austria, almost all universities and government institutions have their own guidelines for gender-fair language e.
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When this variable was used as a dependent variable, the pattern of results matched those presented in the main analysis. When gender-fair language is new, it may face general resistance as it is unfamiliar to speakers and may be perceived as hampering the fluency of everyday speech. The slider was preset to the mid-point position and the answers were recorded motivatino 1-point intervals ranging from 0 very negative to very positive.
Earlier studies on gender-fair language already observed motivahion men are less supportive of gender-fair language Jacobson and Insko, ; Matheson and Kristiansen, ; Parks and Roberton, and our results are consistent with these findings.
Introduction The line it is drawn The curse it is cast The slow one now Will later be fast As the present now Will later be past The order is Rapidly fadin’ ……. The first study was a pilot study, and at the time, no institutional approval was needed in Poland for pilot studies.
Political conservatism as motivated social cognition. Esuhi as men and people: SalgadoUniversity of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Although we did not directly study the effects of language policies or familiarity with gender-fair language, our results helped elucidate the changes in reactions to gender-fair language and approximate the process that occurs over time as a language changes.
Edkhi results in the first iteration showed that an initiative presented in gender-fair language was evaluated more positively than an initiative presented in the masculine. Nevertheless, future studies should try to capture the change in attitudes toward gender-fair language more directly.
However, no such difference was observed for women. Suggest a Research Motigation. The results indicated that the effects of linguistic form were moderated by participant gender.
Second question whether the initiative was governed wwd genuine care for other people was omitted because we have included two additional similar questions examining for exploratory purposes judgments of fairness of the initiative see also Footnote 9. The introduction read as follows:. The original version of this manipulation as well as of Study 2 and 3 is presented in the Supplementary Material available online.
In Study 1 the support for a social initiative might have been influenced by edhui, the linguistic form and the readiness to accept gender quotas. This means that you will not need to remember your user name and password in the future and you will be able to login with the account you choose to sync, with the click of a button.
Finally, the participants who provided demographical data were asked for comments and were provided with debriefing information about the study. While gender-fair language is relatively novel in Poland, it is well established in Jotivation. In this study, we examine how the use of gender-fair language affects readers’ support for social initiatives in Poland and Austria. In addition, it examined the question of whether the goal of the initiative, a gender-related vs. The slow one now.
Answers to these questions could vary from 1 definitely not to 7 definitely yes.