Voice and Gender Essays on Voice and Speech by VASTA

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ContributionsMandy Rees (Editor)
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Number of Pages410
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ISBN 100977387615
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It considers how, for women in particular, this seems to constitute a radical break with the historical idealization of silence and demureness.

Willy is the author of the book Born on the Edge of Race and Gender: A Voice for Cultural Competency, which transforms the memoir genre into a cultural competency tool. He has written for numerous periodicals, such as the San Francisco Chronicle and Asian Week, numerous anthologies, including Transgender Rights and Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, and journals such as Transgender Studies 5/5(10).

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Having stated in Chapter 1 that “communication creates gender/sex,” we believe that it is essential to examine the verbal and nonverbal ways in which that process occurs.

This is our goal in this chapter and the following one. We examine the use of verbal and nonverbal communication to continually create individual, relational, and group gender/sex identities.

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