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A Study on The Gender Cliches, Literary Genre and Narrative Discourse in Austrid Lindgern’s Pp Theriology
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A study of Gender stereotypes in Triple PP This research, assuming that studying the works of famous writers in the world can be effective in developing the attitudes of writers and those who deal with children's literature, has analyzed gender stereotypes and genre and narrative discourse in the trilogy author of "PP".

This article has used deductive qualitative content analysis. So far, no article has studied gender stereotypes in the series. The results showed, Lindgren in 'PP' triple is removing stereotypes of gender schemas with a woman-oriented discourse.

For this purpose, he used the type of fantasy literature and irony and by configuring the ironic and narrative discourse of woman circuit, he not only is wants to make the women aware of their role in the society, but also he sought to establish a new kind of "sensitive" masculinity or "post-woman-oriented".

Keywords: Triple PP, Gender stereotypes, female - oriented discourse, man - oriented discourse, gender schemas, ironic configurations.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/03/19 | Accepted: 2017/03/19 | Published: 2017/03/19
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A Study on The Gender Cliches, Literary Genre and Narrative Discourse in Austrid Lindgern’s Pp Theriology. 3. 2017; 1 (2) :157-127
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