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Lingo Episode #3: Sexist Language

Dr. Surinderpal Kaur A/P Chanan Singh, Senior Lecturer Department of English Language, University of Malaya | Tan Zi Hao, TypoKaki

12-Apr-16 19:00

Lingo Episode #3: Sexist Language

Lingo is a show that’s about our relationship with language, how it goes beyond communication, and the impact it has on our lives, cultures, and traditions. This week, we found out if the English language is inherently sexist or if we, the people, made it that way. We also explored TypoKaki's project called Women's Words to address the male bias in Mandarin.


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Tags:  LingosexistEnglishTypokakiWomen's WordsUniversiti Malaya





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