He Said She Said
Gender, Language and Communication with Deborah Tannen

He Said She Said - Gender, Language and Communication with Deborah Tannen
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Judy

Amazing! I watched this for a linguistics course, but ended up learning SO much about communication with my spouse! :)

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Anonymous

Very thought provoking and really helped me understand the differeances men and women may have in regards to communication

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Robert

I produced Deborah Tannen’s film because unlike so many academic questions out there, her work has deep and meaningful connection to the issues we all face in our own lives almost every day. Whether at work, at home, or in our most intimate relationships, understanding communication as a more ...Read more

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Anonymous

Wish I had seen this video years ago! Explanations are clear, concise and right on target.

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