The Maine Campus
The use of sexist language, both in the classroom and the textbook, often will distract female students and inhibit the learning process. That was a common sentiment expressed by students at the President's Task Force on the Status of Women Wednesday.
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Gauvin, Marcia, "Sexist language distracts, demeans" (1988). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 631.
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