Her and his: language of equal value : a report of the Status of Women Committee of the Nova Scotia Confederation of University Faculty Associations on sexist language and the University with guidelines
Nova Scotia Confederation of University Faculty Associations Status of Women Committee, Wendy R. Katz
The Confederation, 1981 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 52 pages
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