Readings in Gender Communication
Phil Backlund, Mary Rose Williams
Thomson/Wadsworth, 2004 - Drama - 328 pages
READINGS IN GENDER COMMUNICATION is a compilation of studies, stories, analyses, and personal testimonies contributed by communication, gender, psychology, and sociology scholars and students. The reader is designed as a supplemental text for a gender communication course with primary emphasis given to demonstrating how gender theory is applicable to students' lives.
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