5 edition of Communication, gender, and sex roles in diverse interaction contexts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Lea P. Stewart and Stella Ting-Toomey.|
|Series||Communication and information science|
|Contributions||Stewart, Lea., Ting-Toomey, Stella.|
|LC Classifications||P96.S48 C58 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||86017462|
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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. The Advantage of Gender Diversity ”Congratulations! Is it a boy or a girl?” By Danaë Huijser i, Gender role systems are at the core of our cultural norms. From the minute we are born, we are labelled. Our gender identity develops with age and we learn to adopt a communication style that fits our role .
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: Communication, Gender and Sex Roles in Diverse Interaction Contexts: (Communication and Information Science) (): Steart, Lea P., Ting-Tommey Cited by: The contributions in this book bring together a representative array of conceptual and methodological approaches in the study of communication, gender, and sex roles.
They map out the possible range and terrain of the theme communication, gender, and sex roles in interpersonal, organizational, cultural, and applied interaction : ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Gender differences and loneliness / Walter R.
Zakahi --Biological and psychological gender differences in trait argumentativeness / Andrew S. Rancer and Kathi J. Dierks-Stewart --Androgyny in spouse interaction / Tom Veenendall and Rita Braito --Communication strategies and divorce. Sex Differences and Similarities in Communication offers a thorough exploration of sex differences in how men and women communicate, set within the context of sex similarities, offering a balanced examination of the contents of this distinctive volume frame the conversation regarding the extent to which sex differences are found in social behavior, and emphasize different theoretical /5(2).
Communication, gender, and sex roles in diverse interaction contexts / edited by Lea P. Stewart and Stella Ting-Toomey. Sex Differences and Similarities in Communication offers a thorough exploration of sex differences in how men and women communicate, set within the context of sex similarities, offering a balanced examination of the contents of this distinctive volume frame the conversation regarding the extent to which sex differences are found in social behavior, and emphasize different theoretical.
The role of sex and self-monitoring in unstructured dyadic interactions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,35, – CrossRef Google Scholar. The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media offers original insights into the complex set of relations which exist between gender, sex, sexualities and the media, and in doing so, showcases new research at the forefront of media and communication practice and theory.
Brings together a collection of new, cutting-edge research exploring a number of different facets of the broad relationship between. The author of the best-selling You Just Don't Understand, Deborah Tannen, has collected twelve papers about gender-related patterns in conversational interaction.
The theoretical thrust of the collection, like that of Tannen's own work, is anthropological and sociolinguistic: female and male styles are approached as different "cultural" practice.5/5(2). An experiment was conducted to determine the relationship between sex-role attitudes, affiliation, and dominance and nonverbal communication styles in men and women in same- and opposite-sex dyads.
Women were found to elicit more warmth and men more anxiety from their partners. Evidence was found for a possible monitoring mechanism through which women adjust their nonverbal communications to. COMMUNICATION, GENDER, AND SEX ROLES IN DIVERSE INTERACTION CONTEXTS. Edited by Lea P. Stewart and Stella Ting‐Toomey.
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Generating and Ranking Diverse Multi-Character Interactions. Gender and Sex Roles in Diverse Interaction Contexts. January Book. EFFECTS OF SUBSTRATE-MEDIATED INTERACTION. Originally published in The essays in this book collectively seek to illuminate the role of communication and sex-role socialization throughout the life cycle.
Section 1 addresses some important issues and behaviours that have an impact on the. It is important to remember as we discuss gender and communication that there is a difference between sex and gender. Sex refers to the biological distinctions that make us male or female. Gender is the socially constructed enactment of what it means to be a man or a woman.
We are generally born as either male or female, but taught how to be men and women. Gender. Second Edition. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO GENDER We are surrounded by gender lore from the time we are very small. It is ever-present in conversation, humor, and conflict, and it is called upon to explain everything from driving styles to food preferences.
Book Description. Sex Differences and Similarities in Communication offers a thorough exploration of sex differences in how men and women communicate, set within the context of sex similarities, offering a balanced examination of the contents of this distinctive volume frame the conversation regarding the extent to which sex differences are found in social behavior, and emphasize.
It is important to remember as we discuss gender and communication that there is a difference between sex and gender. Sex refers to the biological distinctions that make us male or female. Gender is the socially constructed enactment of what it means to be a man or a woman.
In order to find out how culture and gender diversity influences the communication in a project team, an experiment combined with an interview was conducted. The results indicate that gender diversity appears to lead to negative communication and culture diversity indicates that there might be a positive impact on communication.
The philosophy of Sex Roles is about striving to make the manuscript review process as instructive, clear, and helpful to authors as possible.
We ask reviewers for Sex Roles to keep this philosophy in mind when writing comments to the authors of submitted manuscripts. Read here for some guidelines to keep in mind when you write your review. Theoretical context is provided through a discussion of research objectives that typically drive the analysis of gender-roles content.
Quantitative context is provided through a description and classification of content analysis articles published in gender-focused journals, and in particular, in Sex Roles.
Immediate context is provided through. Sex, communicating values, and cultural values: Individualism-collectivism as a mediator of sex differences in communication values in two cultures.
Communication Reports, 15 .Some striking differences in communication patterns were observed on this listserv Ñ by gender and by culture and perhaps there was also an interaction between culture and gender. The magnitude of these differences is particularly noteworthy, since they occurred despite the instructor's efforts to create an open, free-flowing communication environment.