An applied research project, with the culminating piece being a panel discussion that focused on the ways in which language use and structure contribute to attitudes and perceptions of gender within our society, and the politics that surround concepts of gender.
Dr. Heath Diehl
First Advisor Department
Dr. Opportune Zongo
Second Advisor Department
Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Eisenmann, Katelyn, "Why Study Language? Discussing Language and its Influence on Gender Discrimination" (2019). Honors Projects. 456.
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