Genderlect Theory

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Georgetown University Professor of Linguistics, Deborah Tannen, has been a leading researcher and author on the issue of gender and communication. In this second discussion forum for the week, you will learn more about this fascinating theory and distinguish between styles of communication exhibited by males and females.

Watch the video, Genderlect Theory by Deborah Tannen (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. In addition, read Genderlect (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. from Changing Minds and chapters from The Interpersonal Communication Book that might be beneficial.

Initial Post: Prepare a 300-word minimum reply that sufficiently addresses each of the items below. Don’t forget that it is critical to cite your sources of information, including the textbook, using APA formatting.

  • Describe the concept of “Genderlect” and describe the impact of gender on communication.
  • Provide examples of various communication methods (e.g., verbal, non-verbal, message types, etc.) that are evident in the video clip, and describe how they differ between males and females.
  • What are some effective ways of communicating when differences in conversational patterns are present?

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Genderlect Theory
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Genderlect is the style of talk in different genders (DeVito & DeVito, 2007). Debora
Tanne terms it as ‘Genderlect’ in her argument, the speech of women and men is not inferior,
superior, wrong, or right. She says, “They are different.” This theory creates a sense of
satisfaction to either of the genders when they understand the way they do communicate thus,
creating a better and nice conversation between g...

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