Sex/gender, language and the new biologism (Cameron, 2009)

This article critically examines biological explanations for male-female differences, particularly as they are applied to linguistic behaviour. Cameron (2009, p. 1) notes that ‘there has been a striking shift in both academic and popular discourse’ on the subject of sexual dimorphism. The research on language and gender is systematically analysed…
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