Gender Stereotypes And Gender Discrimination In Teachers Of English

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Register to read the introduction… Some observations in their studies are that women were often less visible than men, were often the butt of many jokes and were often placed in stereotypical roles and assigned stereotypical emotional reactions. Illustrations in the book serve reinforce the biased linguistic patterns previously noted. It is notable that in 1975 the American National Council of Teachers of English adopted a formal policy to encourage non-sexist language usage by publishers. Though, regardless of efforts, gender bias was still undeniable.
Five years later,
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