An explanation of this theory which divides men and women into two separate groups. It shows that according to various research, men and women are brought up in ways so as to speak on different levels to one another.
# 9454 | 1,590 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on Jan 31, 2003 in Gender and Sexuality (Gender Studies) , Gender and Sexuality (Sexual Politics) , Gender and Sexuality (Theories of Gender)
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This paper provides a thorough definition of this theory and proceeds to examine its implication in contemporary society. The paper shows how this opposite depiction of the two genders suggests that the two sexes are not only different biologically but also different in all other senses of the word. The concept of genderlect then emphasizes this difference and makes clear exactly how sexism arises and society creates a genderized society that bends towards patriarchal institutionalism.
From the Paper:"The main line of gender related language is the different totally opposite ways of dialect between the two genders man and woman. Given that women and men speak different "genderlects," it's a miracle that there is any successful communication at all. The discussion has been defined on the various points inferred through researches of varying ways that genderlects occurs. Or simply it consists of the following inferences of man and woman speaking differences.
"Men and women create gender. Within these two distinct beings we can separate cultural communication distinctions that make each man or woman who they are. Seeking these communication differences in gender allows us to evaluate GENDERLECT STYLES."
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