Anglicisms and word axiology in homosexual language

@inproceedings{CrespoFernndez2017AnglicismsAW,
  title={Anglicisms and word axiology in homosexual language},
  author={Eliecer Crespo-Fern{\'a}ndez and Carmen Luj{\'a}n-Garc{\'i}a},
  year={2017}
}
Among those areas linked to the forbidden, homosexuality has traditionally met one of the strongest interdictions. Given the taboo nature of homosexuality, it is our purpose in this paper to gain an insight into the axiological values that anglicisms present in the Spanish homosexual vocabulary. The analysis of the different types of anglicisms in a sample of 253 English borrowings reveals that pure anglicisms (including clippings and initialisms) are the most frequently used, followed by… CONTINUE READING

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