Book Review: Language and Sexism
“Another book written by a woman!” What does this sentence convey to you? What is the first thought that flashes into your mind? My intention is to present a brilliant book written by an expert in her field. Did you have the same feeling or did you get the opposite impression? If you found some kind of discrimination toward women in this sentence, then you know what this book is about.
Pazhoohi, Farid (2013). Book Review: Language and Sexism Journal of Language and Social Psychology DOI: 10.1177/0261927X13481344
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