GENDER COMMUNICATION & WOMEN'S STUDIES
With linguistic and psychological brush strokes, Tannen mixes scholarly research and familiar examples from everyday life on her canvas. In this illuminating and entertaining presentation, Tannen paints a colorful road map through the complex gender maze of why we speak the way we do, and why others so frequently don't hear what we mean. For the basic course this DVD describes basic communication problems and prescribes constructive solutions.
For the first time on DVD, bring Naomi Wolf into your classroom as she presents her definitive treatise on the "Beauty Myth." From workplace equality and sexual harrassment, to the very core of social and romantic relationships, Wolf powerfully explains this important gender issue shedding light on the cultural and economic systems that perpetuate it. This is a critically important program for any course focusing on gender communication.
Cat. # 9732D
It is well established that gender is a significant factor in perception and communication that impacts interpersonal relationships. We also know that conflict is inevitable in human interactions.
This presentation reviews how conflict-management styles differ for women and men in professional settings. It also offers suggestions for positive responses given those gender differences. Understanding these differences and incorporating the suggested responses will give students the tools to resolve conflict in the business and professional setting.
Cat. # 2475D
Linda Edington, lecturer and consultant on gender studies, discusses key terms, impact of language, parental expectations and more.
This video is highly recommended for the introductory courses in gender studies and speech communication.
Cat. # 2481D
A memorable look at the rhetoric of this legendary orator. Included in their entirety are:
These speeches along with biographical narration and comments from her memorial service make this a valuable resource for any classroom.
Cat. # 2461D
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses her career in an informal conversation with ABC’s Lynn Sherr
Cat. # 6016D
Deborah Tannen revolutionized our understanding of gender and communication. Now, for the first time on video, Tannen takes you on an intellectual journey to the very core of how men and women use language, and why communication between the sexes so often goes awry.
by Deborah Tannen and Robert Bly
Cat. # 7807D
This video documentary recreates the speeches of leading suffragettes whose impassioned words shaped the woman’s movement during its conception in the late 19th century.
Cat. # 1951D
This program presents distinguished women speaking about the prejudices and obstacles they face in the predominately male world of politics.Includes
Cat. # 2021D
Gender Studies specialist Dr. Cindy Lont discusses women and their role throughout the history of the media. The program deals with such topics as the reclaimed history of women often distorted by the media, the media's current portrayal of women, women's inclusion in the media workforce and differences in perceptions of the media by men and women.
Cat. # 2725D
Recent research presented in an interesting format.
Focuses on communication problems preventing men from understanding women and women from understanding men!Also includes interviews with:
Highly recommended for courses in introductory communication and gender studies.
Cat. # 9713D