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The Maine Campus

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The majority of female students who responded to the recent Daily Maine Campus survey said they are not offended when sexist language is used in the classroom and they have not been the victims of sexual discrimination in class. Students from the departments of geology, forest biology, journalism, computer science, business, and philosophy participated in the survey.


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