Gender. Gender differences are a result of socialization, acculturation. Men are assertive, tough, strong, competitive. Women are nurturing, communal, cooperative ...
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Gender& communication * Aldoory and Toth (2002), in their search for a theory-based explanation for gender inequities in the public relations profession, ...classes.uleth.ca/200802/mgt3685a/Gender%20&%20Communication.ppt
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Gender Stereotypes, Communication Styles, and Effective Managerial Communication Michelle Howe Warren Weber California State Polytechnic …www.cpp.edu/~wcweber/resources/slidesho/gndrster/genderst.ppt