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245 00 He said she said :|bgender, language and communication 
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500    Title from title frames. 
518    Originally produced by Into the Classroom Media in 2001. 
520    First, Deborah Tannen revolutionized our understanding of 
       gender and communication. Now, for the first time on video,
       Tannen takes your students on an intellectual journey to 
       the core of how men and women use language, and why 
       communication between the sexes so often goes awry. Taking
       a linguistic approach that sheds light on psychology, 
       Tannen uses everything from scholarly research to familiar
       examples from everyday life as her canvas. In this 
       illuminating and entertaining presentation, Tannen draws a
       road map through the complex maze of why we speak the way 
       we do, and why others so frequently don't hear what we 
       mean. From patterns formed in childhood, to the 
       "conversational rituals" of adulthood, Tannen reveals how 
       "conversational style" lies at the core of myths, 
       stereotypes, and miscommunication between the sexes. From 
       why he won't stop and ask for directions, to why she 
       thinks he's not listening (even when he is), Deborah 
       Tannen's extraordinary and challenging presentation will 
       inspire your students to discuss, debate, and rethink the 
       nature of communication and gender. Tannen is the world's 
       foremost linguist ... akin to Margaret Mead, who 
       popularized the field of anthropology, or Stephen Jay 
       Gould, who brought paleontology to a wider public. The 
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650  0 Communication|xSex differences. 
650  0 Sex differences (Psychology) 
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