There are many different theories on gender and how it is defined....

Oftentimes men and women use different processes for decision making and leadership.

Gender-Based Misinterpretations in Communication

Whilst is can be stated that women were treated wrongly is it fair to accuse the male men of that era with gender discrimination when it was what they were brought up to believe.

As you can see, people really do believe that men and women communicate in a very different way.

Female speakers are more animated in their style than are males.13.

Both men and women need to be aware of each others styles of communication both verbal and non-verbal in order to avoid miscommunication and work better together.

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Another view on the differences in male and female communication comes from marriage therapist John Gray, PhD, author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. While Tannen emphasizes the different driving forces behind conversation in men and women, Gray distinguishes the overall styles of communication in the sexes. Here are some examples Gray provides:


Most of these gender related accusations are gender discrimination.

In our desire to be understood by others we must acknowledge that differences exist among us all and specifically between the sexes in how we communicate. We can become alert to our differences and work with them, nonjudgmentally, rather than struggle against them. The blend of male and female styles of communication should give us more leverage in solving problems, growing personally, and living life.

The notion of gender creates a dichotomy in male and female roles.

A patriarchal society can be clearly seen from the gender inequality in the labour force which is paid labour and also in unpaid labour which occurs in the household.

A good example of socialization is the learning of gender roles....

This website discusses how the ways in whichgenders are portrayed in children's books contributes to the image childrendevelop of their gender roles.

Indeed, gender is a prominent theme in the play.

Members of both genders have lived multiple roles in the past, but these were generally established ones, such as men being the wage earners and women the caregivers.

McManus is not particularly interested in gender differences.

In our desire to be understood by others we must acknowledge that differences exist among us all and specifically between the sexes in how we communicate. We can become alert to our differences and work with them, nonjudgmentally, rather than struggle against them. The blend of male and female styles of communication should give us more leverage in solving problems, growing personally, and living life.

Women's skin and generally different than men's.

These ‘artifacts’, which represent on a larger scale the system of capitalism, play an important role in the process of social construction of gender by reflecting and reinforcing this country’s socially constructed patriarchal concepts of gender which privilege men and subsequently oppress women.