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Unformatted text preview: 4. ________Strong objectivity______ is the strategy of starting research from the lives of women and other marginalized groups, thus providing a less false view of reality. 5. Benhabib’s _____interactive universalism______maintains that a universal ethical standard is a viable possibility. CH 36: Fill-In-The-Blank 1. According to Muted Group theory, a muted group is not always completely ____silent___. 2. A muted group must ______translate______their thoughts, ideas, or attitudes into the language of the dominant world view. 3. _____Man-made language______operates in defining, depreciating, and excluding women. 4. Kramarae believes that there is great potential for women in _____cyberspace______. strong objectivity cyberspace situated knowledge translate local head nods marginalized cross-cultural cooperative overlap silent man-made language interactive universalism understanding manifest stereotyping status or control...
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- Fall '13
- Group Theory, Reality, According to Jim, Situated learning, muted group