By Kay Payne
This learn offers a theoretical and sensible dialogue of the adjustments that experience happened among women and men and the way the sexes relate to each other from social, political, and moral views. not just do women and men mirror diversified gender roles via verbal exchange, yet also they are impacted through conversation approximately gender, specially from the media. Gender variations in verbal exchange have received political value a result of more and more appropriate problems with sexual harassment and political correctness. those social and political adjustments have encouraged our price structures and feature given the learn of gendered verbal exchange a moral value. Payne argues that non secular ideology is a crucial point of gendered improvement and that organic, mental, social, and cultural phenomena additionally impact intercourse roles. This quantity will attract students and scholars within the communications disciplines in addition to psychologists and sociologists. equipped round 3 significant themes--the development of the gendered self, the diversities among women and men as they relate to each other via language, energy, and nonverbal conversation, and the results of gendered conversation in management and the media--this paintings covers a lot floor concerning verbal exchange among the sexes.
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The book intends to incorporate the communication issues inherent in Page viii social change between the sexes at work and at home. In this regard, it provides theoretical and practical knowledge about gender differences in communication as offered in speech communication, business communication, and related disciplines. Second, it provides basic information relevant to service courses, organizational communication courses, and interpersonal communication courses. Third, the book acts as a useful resource for advanced courses in public speaking, communication theory, group communication, mass communication, sociology, and social psychology.
Payne and J. Cangemi 145 Page vi 11 Cultural Expectations of Attractiveness: Presentations of Men and Women in the Media 163 References 179 Index 213 Page vii Introduction ORIENTATION OF THE BOOK Different but Equal: Communication between the Sexes really began when I started my studies as a doctoral student at Vanderbilt University, in Nashville, Tennessee. For my doctoral dissertation I needed to write about something for which I felt passion. Without passion I knew I would never complete the project.
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Different but Equal: Communication Between The Sexes by Kay Payne