4 edition of Gender communication found in the catalog.
Laurie P. Arliss
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-253) and indexes.
|Statement||Laurie P. Arliss.|
|LC Classifications||P96.S48 A7 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||90006725|
Gender communication is also pervasive; meaning that interaction with both sexes occurs frequently, everyday, and every hour (Ivy and Backlund, ). Interest in the effects of the gender communication process is at a high value due to the sheer number of contacts that occur between the sexes every-single day.
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Gender in Communication: A Critical Introduction embraces the full range of diverse gender identities and expressions to explore how gender influences communication, as well as how communication shapes our concepts of gender for the individual and for society.
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A lot of media attention has been devoted to the idea that women and men communicate very differently—in fact, it is sometimes stated that women and men communicate so differently from one another that they must come from different planets. Although at times differences in women's and men's communication styles seem to be constant and overwhelming, they are really quite minor.
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Gendered communication has a long history — from religious texts to Mars and Venus. However, communication researchers have only been examining it for about 50 years. Initially, research centered on the differences between men and women’s language styles.
Building on that, we began to analyze the concepts of dominance and control. Gender refers to and is created through communication; gender is learned communication behaviors. Many people think biological sex and constructed gender. Gender Communication Theories and Analyses surveys the field of gender and communication with a particular focus on gender and communication theories and methods.
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Herring 10 The Relevance of Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in Children's Peer Negotiations Marjorie Harness Goodwin. A few years ago, I conducted research in the United States, Europe and Canada to see how gender differences in communication were displayed in the workplace.
The first thing I. Gender communication research continues to explore gender in these contexts, thus helping redefine how gender is understood and behaved.
We explored differences in gender communication styles by looking at language, the purpose of communication, patterns of talk, and nonverbal communication. Gender, power, and communication in human relationships This edition published in by Erlbaum in Hillsdale, :Buy Gender & Communication by Judy C Pearson online at Alibris.
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Bornstein, a trans woman who finds gender deeply problematic, sums up this resistance nicely in her book title, Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women and the Rest of Us1. It is commonly argued that biological differences between males and females determine gender by causing enduring differences in capabilities and dispositions.
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