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A Language in Common, by Deborah Cameron
Many people hold firm beliefs about the differing ways in which men and women communicate, the reasons why they are different and the problems their differences
cause. Yet surprisingly few of these widespread beliefs are supported by the evidence of recent research on language and gender. That research does not say that there are no differences between the sexes. It does, however, challenge the perception that what divides them is more significant than what they have in common.
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