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    • The humoristic function of the use of slang and swearing in the movie entitled G.O.R.A. 

      Aydin H. (2006)
      Slang and swearing are commonly used within the scope of oral culture and in this text, it will be discussed, taking into consideration the various definitions and contexts of slang and swearing, what kind of a function ...
    • Rap: Slang or swearing? 

      Çamkara, A. (2006)
      In recent years, rap music has gained popularity in Turkey, especially among young people. In this article, the use of slang and swear words in rap music will be evaluated. Rap music originally emerged as an expression of ...
    • Slang and gender 

      Kocaer, S. (2006)
      Unlike sex, gender contains thought and behaviours which are imposed by culture. But, generally, people are aware of sex; they interpret the characteristics which are regarded as part of man and woman as a feature of sex. ...
    • Slang: An anonymous product of folk literature 

      Terzioğlu Ö. (2006)
      In Ottoman Turkish, the terms "lisan-i hezele" (language of vulgar people) and "lisân-erâzil" (language of the ignoble) are used to correspond to the meaning of the word "argo" (slang), the usage of which is still not ...
    • Woman as an object of sexual activity within the context of slang and curse 

      Tüzin, D. (2006)
      Why do references focus on woman sexuality when one uses curse and swearwords? Moving on from this question, in this piece of study, in which the approach towards women is examined in the context of slang expressions and ...