Gender in Communication: A Critical Introduction
Gender in Communication: A Critical Introduction, Second Edition examines the variety of ways in which communication of and about gender enables and constrains people’s identities. Authors Catherine Helen Palczewski and Victoria Pruin DeFrancisco, with Danielle Dick McGeough, demonstrate how communication constitutes gender, rather than presenting gender as an influence on communication. Operating from an intersectional gender diversity perspective, they show how a focus on gender/sex alone omits the richness of diverse gendered lives. In addition, they explore how gender is constructed through interpersonal and public discourse in, about, and by the social institutions of family, education, work, religion, and media. Throughout the book, readers are equipped with critical analysis tools they can use to form their own conclusions about the ever-changing processes of gender in communication. -- Provided by publisher
Sex role; Gender identity; Communication -- Social aspects
Thousand Oaks, CA
Department of Communication Studies
xx, 311 pages, illustrations ; 26 cm.
Palczewski, Catherine and DeFrancisco, Victoria Pruin, "Gender in Communication: A Critical Introduction" (2019). Faculty Book Gallery. 440.