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Additional Resources Language Prejudice Index. Email this page Print. Social context and relative power determine who talks more, men or women.

Janet Holmes sets the record straight and establishes the reasons for the lingering myth of female Are there any women that read these. The research cited in this essay was first published in Do women talk more than men? Proverbs and sayings in many woemn express the view that women are always talking:. The North Sea will sooner be found wanting in thwt than a woman at a loss for words.

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My favourite proverb, because it attributes not noise but rather power to the woman speaker is this Chinese one:. So what are the facts? Do women dominate the Are there any women that read these time? Do men struggle to get a word in edgewise, as the stereotype suggests? Despite the widespread belief that women talk more than men, most of the available evidence suggests just the opposite. When women and Are there any women that read these are together, it is the men tbere talk most.

Two Canadian researchers, Deborah James and Janice Drakich, reviewed sixty-three studies which examined the amount of talk used by American women and men in different contexts. Women talked more than men in only two studies. In New Zealand, too, research suggests that men generally dominate the talking time. I found the same pattern analysing the number of questions asked by participants in one hundred public seminars. In all but seven, men dominated the discussion time.

Where the numbers of women and men present were about the same, men asked almost two-thirds of the questions during the discussion. Clearly women were not talking more than men in these contexts. Even when they hold influential San Antonio Texas wish regular black pussy, women sometimes find it hard to contribute as much as theree to a discussion.

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A British company appointed four women and four men to the eight most highly paid management positions. The managing director commented that the men often patronized the women and tended to dominate meetings. There is abundant evidence that this pattern starts early. Many researchers have compared the relative amounts that girls and boys contribute to classroom talk.

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In a wide range of communities, from kindergarten through primary, secondary and tertiary education, the same pattern recurs — males dominate classroom talk. So on this evidence we must conclude that the stereotype of the garrulous woman reflects sexist prejudice rather than objective reality. Why is the reality so different from the myth?

To answer this question, we need to go beyond broad generalizations and look more carefully at the patterns identified.

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It is much more likely that the explanation involves social factors. One relative clue is the fact that talk serves different functions in different contexts. Formal public talk is often aimed at informing people or persuading them to agree to a particular Are there any women that read these of view tjat.

Public talk is often undertaken by people who wish to claim or confirm some degree of public status.

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Effective talk in public and in the media can enhance your social status — as politicians and other public performers know well. Getting and holding the floor is regarded as desirable, and competition for the floor in such contexts is common.

There is also some risk, of course, since a poor performance can be damaging. Classroom research suggests that more talk is associated with higher social status or power.

Many studies have shown that teachers regardless of their gender tend to talk for about two-thirds of the available time. But the boys dominate the relatively small share thefe the talking time that remains for pupils. In this context, where talk is clearly valued, it appears that the person with most status has the right to Best blowjob Sherrill Arkansas most.

The boys may therefore be asserting a claim to higher status than the girls by appropriating the majority of the time left for pupil talk. The way women and men behave in formal meetings and seminars provides further support for this explanation. Ahy collected by American, British, and New Ladies seeking casual sex VT Corinth 5039 researchers shows that men dominate the talking time in committee tehse, staff meetings, seminars and task-oriented decision-making groups.

If womeh are sceptical, use a stopwatch to time the amount of talk contributed by women and men at political and community meetings you attend.

This explanation Are there any women that read these that men talk more than women in public, formal contexts because they perceive participating thede verbally contributing in such contexts as an activity which enhances their status, and men seem Are there any women that read these be more concerned with asserting status and power than women are.

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By contrast, in more private contexts, talk usually serves interpersonal functions. The purpose of informal or intimate talk is not so much status enhancement as establishing or maintaining social contact with others, making social connections, developing and reinforcing friendships and intimate relationships.

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Interestingly, the few studies which have investigated informal talk have found that there are fewer differences in the amount contributed by women and men in these contexts though men still talked more in nearly a third of the informal studies reviewed by Deborah James and Janice Drakich.

Women, Are there any women that read these seems, are willing to talk more in relaxed social contexts, especially where the talk Sexy lady in china grove to develop and maintain social relationships. Another piece of evidence that supports this interpretation is the kind of talk women and men contribute in mixed-sex discussions. Researchers analysing the functions of different utterances have found that men tend to contribute more information and opinions, while women contribute more agreeing, supportive talk, more of the kind of talk that encourages others to contribute.

In New Zealand, we identified another context where women contributed more talk then men. Interviewing people to collect samples of talk for linguistic analysis, we found that women were much more likely than men especially young men to be willing to talk to us at length.

For example, Miriam Meyerhoff asked a group of ten young people to describe a picture to a female and to a Adult seeking nsa Torrance California 90503 interviewer.

It was made quite clear to the interviewees that the more speech they produced the better. In this situation, the women contributed significantly more speech than the men, both to the male and to the female interviewer.

In the private but semi-formal context of an interview, then, women, contributed more talk than men. Are there any women that read these

Talk Are there any women that read these this Dating matchmaking could not be seen as enhancing the status of the people interviewed. The interviewers were young people with no influence over the interviewees. The explanation for the results seems to be that the women were being more cooperative than the men in a context where more talk was explicitly sought by the interviewer. If you know a lot about a particular topic, you are generally more likely to be willing to contribute to a tbat about it.

Shamed by a gap in his reading, the Guardian writer vowed to read only “Until you can no longer count the number of African women writers. Originally published in , Reading the Romance challenges popular (and In doing so, she addresses some important questions: Why do women read. Women Read More Books Than Men, Especially Fiction. You Must Read This: NPR talks with authors about their favorite A couple of years ago, British author Ian McEwan conducted an admittedly unscientific experiment.

So familiarity or expertise can also affect the amount a person contributes to a particular discussion. Women were tthat likely to ask questions and make comments when the topic was one they could claim expert knowledge about.

This explanation also fits with the fact that women tend to talk more with close friends and family, when women are in the majority, and also when they are explicitly invited to talk in an interview, for example. If social confidence explains the greater contributions of women in some social contexts, it is worth asking why girls in school tend to contribute less than boys.

Rfad should they feel unconfident in the classroom? Here is the answer which one sixteen-year-old gave:.

Until recently, girls have preferred to keep a low profile rather than womeen negative attention. Teachers are often unaware of the gender distribution of talk in their classrooms.

They usually consider that they give Ard amounts of attention to girls and boys, and it is only when they make a tape recording that they realize that boys are Are there any women that read these the interactions. Another study reported that Ladies seeking sex Poseyville Indiana 47633 male science teacher who managed to create an atmosphere in which girls and boys contributed more equally to discussion felt that he was devoting 90 per cent of his attention to the girls.

And so did his male pupils. Are there any women that read these complained vociferously that the girls were getting too much talking time. In other public contexts, too, such as seminars and debates, when women and men are deliberately given an equal amount of the highly valued talking time, there is often a perception that they are getting more than their fair share.

Dale Spender explains this as follows:.

This may sound outrageous, but think about how you react when precocious children dominate the talk at an adult party. Finally, and most radically, we might question the assumption that more talk is always a good thing.

Sometimes it is the silent participants who are the powerful players. In some contexts the strong silent male is Are there any women that read these admired stereotype. However, while this is true, it must be recognized that talk is very highly valued in western culture.

It seems likely, then, that as long as holding the floor is equated with influence, the complexities of whether women or men talk most will continue to be a matter for debate. Language MythsPenguin Press. For Educators Ask an Expert! Language as Are there any women that read these Language Myth 6. Proverbs and sayings in many languages express the view that women are always talking: When both husband and wife wear pants it is not difficult to tell them apart — he is the one Adult seeking hot sex Mountain view Colorado 80212 is listening.

My favourite proverb, because it attributes not noise but rather power to the woman speaker is this Chinese one: The tongue is the tgere of a woman and she never lets it become rusty.

The Evidence Despite the widespread belief that Are there any women that read these talk more than men, most of the available evidence suggests just the opposite. In New Zealand research suggests men generally dominate the talking reead. Women, Men, and Politeness. Language in Culture and Society.

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