7 edition of The A-Z of non-sexist language found in the catalog.
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The A-Z of Non-Sexist Language is a useful reference for writers, Offers a complete listing of sexist words and their non-sexist alternatives; vital clarification of common-usage words, outlining fully why some words are sexist 3/5(2). The A-Z of non-sexist language User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
This dictionary of nonsexist language competes with Rosalie Maggio's The A-Z of non-sexist language book more comprehensive: The Nonsexist Word Finder (Oryx, ). Doyle's dictionary is less thorough in part because Doyle, unlike Read full review.
Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. The A-Z of Non-Sexist Language by Margaret Doyle A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
This definitive guide to non-sexist language brings today s vocabulary completely up-to-date. This straightforward & easy-to-use handbook offers: a complete listing of sexist words & their non-sexist alternatives; vital clarification of common-usage words, outlining fully why some words are sexist & some are not; accessible A-Z format; & full cross-referencing.1/5(2).
The A-Z of Non-sexist Language (Women's Press Handbook) This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.
Bringing today's vocabulary completely up-to-date, here is definitive guide to non-sexist language. This straightforward and easy-to-use handbook offers a complete listing of sexist words and their non-sexist alternatives; vital clarification of common-usage words, outlining fully why some words are sexist and some are not; accessible A-Z format; and full cross-referencing.3/5(2).
Genre/Form: Dictionaries: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doyle, Margaret, A-Z of non-sexist language. London: Women's Press, The A-Z of non-sexist language by Doyle, Margaret, Publication date Topics Nonsexist language -- Dictionaries, Nonsexist language Publisher London: Women's Press Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
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London: The Women's Press. MLA Citation. Doyle, Margaret. The A-Z of non-sexist language / Margaret Doyle The Women's Press London Australian/Harvard Citation. Doyle, Margaret. The A-Z of non-sexist language / Margaret Doyle The Women's Press London.
Wikipedia Citation. for those PC bashers recently exercised about the anger of young white men or the reproductive noncompliance of young British women, Margaret Doyle's A-Z Author: ROS BALLASTER.
To Avoid Sexist Language. Although it may often seem that avoiding sexist language can lead one into using awkward or grating constructions, it is also possible to use gender-neutral language gracefully and unobtrusively.
Using Pronouns: When using pronouns, you have several choices. Pick the one that seems most natural in context: 1. The issue of sexist language has been hotly debated within feminist circles since the s.
Previous books have tended to regard sexism in language as easy to identify and have suggested solutions to overcome and counter by: Buy The A-Z of Non-sexist Language (Women's Press Handbook) First Edition Reprint by Doyle, Margaret (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Margaret Doyle. THE DEBATE ON NONSEXIST LANGUAGE 10 Douglas Hofstadter A PERSON PAPER ON PURITY IN LANGUAGE 11 Margaret Doyle INTRODUCTION TO THE A-Z OF NON-SEXIST LANGUAGE 12 Deborah Cameron LOST IN TRANSLATION: NON-SEXIST LANGUAGE 13 Susan Ehrlich and Ruth King GENDER-BASED LANGUAGE REFORM AND THE SOCIAL.
Sexist language: it's every man for him or herself Learn more and book. Topics. Media Mind your language It's time to drill down into Steven Poole's A.
In anticipation of my critics, all I can say is that the androcentricity of ELT seems to be deeply inscribed in its history.
For example, in a chronology of ‘recent and current trends between and ’ in Stern’s Fundamental Concepts of Language Teaching (), the first woman to be mentioned by name is Wilga Rivers, whose book The Psychologist and the Foreign Language.
Spencer's Man Made Language 8. Luce Irigary-- Linguistic Sexes and Genders 9. Ann Bodine-- Androcentrism in Prescriptive Grammar The Debate on Nonsexist Language Douglas Hofstadter-- A Person Paper on Purity in Language Margaret Doyle-- Introduction to The A-Z of Non-Sexist Language Debbie Cameron-- Lost in Translation.
Pages: Sexism in language is a well-known discourse in linguistics. In sexist language, the choice of particular linguistic variations leads to gender bias in favor of one gender and against the other. Can I Write Like I Speak.
Even though speaking and writing are both means of conveying information to people, there are some differences between them. One reason for this is that most academic writing demands more formality and regularity than informal speaking does. These politically correct recommendations are to be found in "The A-Z of Non-Sexist Language," the first reference book of its kind to be published in Britain.
Its author, Margaret Doyle, is an American with a degree in women's studies. Doyle said her goal was not to "obliterate words or usages" but rather to offer alternatives.
Communication is at the heart of all religions. As an essential aspect of religion, communication occurs between believers, between religious leaders and followers, between proponents of different faiths, and even between practitioners and the deities.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Margaret Doyle. The documents of a university were analyzed for the presence of sex-linked and sex-neutral language as a measure of the impact of regulation on language change. Documents from –, the period just prior to the bulk of the sexist-language controversy, were compared with matching documents from –; and documents covered by sexist Cited by: 8.