Constructing and Reconstructing Gender: The Links among Communication, Language, and Gender

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Section I: Constructing Gender
Unit I: Defining Gender

Introduction

1. The Possibility of a Liberating Narrative: Woman on the Edge of Time as Radical, Mythic, Moral Argument
Dana L. Cloud

2. Gender Orientation Scales: An Empirical Assessment of Content Validity
T. Joan Fecteau, Jullane Kackson, and Kathryn Dindia

3. Gender, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Oral Interpretation
Lisa Merrill

4. Rhetoric and Women: The Private and the Public Spheres
Lesley Di Mare

Unit II: Learning Gender

Introduction

5. Women Negotiating: Assertiveness and Relatedness
Steven Hartwell, Roger C. Pace, and Renata Hutak

6. Discourse in Women's Bodies: Advertising in the 1920s
Margaret A. Hawkins and Thomas K. Nakayama

7. Mind, Body, and Language: When a Woman Notices Her Humanity
Margret S. Crowdes

Unit III: Expressing Gender

Introduction

8. Rhythm, Gender, and Poetic Language
Elizabeth Fay

9. Six Readers Reading Six Photographs
Rebecca Bryant Lockridge

10. Speaking Metaphorically: A Cultural Enactment of Community Among Women
Denice A. Yanni

11. Genderlect, Powerlect, and Politeness
Nancy Hoar

12. A Comparison of Male-Female Interaction Norms Regarding New Ideas
Marjorie A. Jaasma

Section II: Reconstructing Gender
Unit IV: Interacting with Power

Introduction

13. The Tu/Vous Dilemma: Gender, Power, and Solidarity
Alice H. Deakins

14. Power and Subordinate Evaluations of Male and Female Leaders
Belle Rose Ragins

15. Sex, Romance, and Organizational Taboos
Patrice M. Buzzanell

16. Teasing and Sexual Harassment: Double-Bind Communication in the Workplace
J. K. Alberts

17. Men Communicating with Women: Self-Esteem and Power
Mary Monedas

Unit V: Interacting with Culture

Introduction

18. Writing in the Borderlands: The Poetic Prose of Gloria Anzaldua and Susan Griffin
Diane P. Freedman

19. Gender in Communication: Within and Across Cultures
Margaret Riley

20. An Investigation of Gender Differences in Brazilian versus American Managers' Perceptions of Organizational Stressors
Ana Rossi, William R. Todd-Mancillas, and Barbara Apps

Unit VI: Interacting with Audience

Introduction

21. Conflict Scripts of Men and Women
Judi Beinstein Miller

22. Competition and Collaboration: Male and Female Communication Patterns During Dyadic Interactions
Mary-Jeaneette Smythe and Bill Huddleston

23. Enacting Feminism in the Teaching of Communication
Judith K. Bowker and Pamela Regan Dunkin

24. God's Wife: Some Gender Reflections on the Bible and Biblical Interpretation
John J. Schmitt

25. Effecting Labor Reform Through Stories: The Narrative Rhetorical Style of Mary Harris "Mother" Jones
Mari Boor Tonn

Appendix: Avoiding Sexism in Communication Research: Guidelines for Gender/Sex Research and Publication

Index

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