1. Undertake an ethnographic study on
HOMOSEXUALS – defined as “of, relating to, or characterized by a tendency to direct sexual desire toward another of the same sex” * language
REPRESENTATION OF HOMOSEXUALS, an ethnographic study
LANGUAGE- the homosexuals (gay/lesbians) have their own lingo/ style of talking or communicating. Words and terms are derived from our native dialect and transformed into what we call the “Beki” language.
| * the art of speaking their language incites curiosity and fun on others who hear them speak. * their way of speaking can help them discuss topics without divulging to non-speakers of gay lingo.
| * people may feel awkward and may feel like strangers when they hear homosexuals talk to one another. * it is unethical to discuss topics that cannot be understood by people around you.
| NORMS – the homosexuals usually display their own sets of norms; to them what is more important is self-expression rather than what others would say.
| * most homosexuals are expressive of their emotions, feelings and outlook in life, without much attention to social taboos. They have self-confidence and ready to accept criticisms from outside world.
| * they themselves are criticized for their own behaviors; they become instrumental to their own prejudice * it seems that they are not serious in life, taking humiliation not as offensive as to straight individuals
| VALUES- values upheld by homosexuals may not be culturally and socially-acceptable but they adhere to their individual values, depending on everyone’s economic status and family upbringing
| * Their values include perseverance and excellence. Homosexuals usually excel in their chosen careers, and gender is no longer the issue but how their works contribute to the society. It’s good to recall that several industries are empowered by homosexuals,...
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