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full file at http://testbankassistant.com INSTRUCTOR'S RESOURCE MANUAL FOR JULIA T. WOOD'S GENDERED LIVES: COMMUNICATION, GENDER, AND CULTURE Tenth Edition Sara Hayden The University of Montana Julia T. Wood University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill full file at http://testbankassistant.com
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full file at http://testbankassistant.com Contents Introduction 1 Section I Special Issues in Teaching Communication, Gender, and Culture 2 Opportunities and Tensions 2 Opportunities 2 Tensions 3 Managing the Unsympathetic Reader 4 Creating an Effective Classroom Climate 6 Openness 6 Personal Involvement 7 Creating a Sense of Community 9 Alternative Course Emphases and Content 10 Class Size 10 Pedagogical Approaches 10 Using Technology for the Classroom 16 Judgment Calls (Handouts) 18 Summary 36 Sample Schedules of Classes 37 Semester-long Syllabus 37 Summer Session Scheduling 44 Quarter-long Experiential Focus 46 Section II Chapter-by-Chapter Guide for Teaching Gendered Lives 48 Introduction: Opening the Conversation 49 Chapter 1: The Study of Communication, Gender, and Culture 57 Chapter 2: Theoretical Approaches to Gender Development 63 Chapter 3: The Rhetorical Shaping of Gender— Women’s Movements in America 72 Chapter 4: The Rhetorical Shaping of Gender— Men’s Movements in America 80 Chapter 5: Gendered Verbal Communication 90 Chapter 6: Gendered Nonverbal Communication 100 Chapter 7: Becoming Gendered: The Early Years 106 Chapter 8: Gendered Education: Communication in Schools 113 Chapter 9: Gendered Close Relationships 120 Chapter 10: Gendered Organizational Communication 128 Chapter 11: Gendered Media 138 Chapter 12: Gendered Power and Violence 147 Epilogue: Looking Backward, Looking Forward 156 full file at http://testbankassistant.com
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full file at http://testbankassistant.com Section III Items for Testing 159 Introduction: Opening the Conversation 160 Chapter 1: The Study of Communication, Gender, and Culture 164 Chapter 2: Theoretical Approaches to Gender Development 172 Chapter 3: The Rhetorical Shaping of Gender— Women’s Movements in America 180 Chapter 4: The Rhetorical Shaping of Gender— Men’s Movements in America 188 Chapter 5: Gendered Verbal Communication 196 Chapter 6: Gendered Nonverbal Communication 204 Chapter 7: Becoming Gendered: The Early Years 212 Chapter 8: Gendered Education: Communication in Schools 221 Chapter 9: Gendered Close Relationships 228 Chapter 10: Gendered Organizational Communication 239 Chapter 11: Gendered Media 250 Chapter 12: Gendered Power and Violence 259 Epilogue: Looking Backward, Looking Forward 268 References 273 full file at http://testbankassistant.com
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Introduction The purpose of this updated resource book is to assist you in teaching a course for which Gendered Lives is the primary textbook. Some instructors have taught courses in gender, communication, and culture for many years, while others are doing it for the first time. The amount of experience you have teaching in this area, however, may not determine the value of this resource book to you.
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