Abstract or Introduction
This paper aims to investigate attitudes towards gender-neutral language in Germany. The two hypotheses that are put forward are that firstly, females are more open to gender-neutral language than males, and secondly, younger people are more open to gender-neutral language than older people. A survey was distributed through Facebook and other social media channels to gather data about the different attitudes that resulted in 146 valid answers. Furthermore, the participants were divided into four generations and the genders male, female, and divers. After comparing the different groups, the two hypotheses could both be verified.
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- Anonymous, 2022, Attitudes Towards Gender Neutral Language, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1359143