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Subject:Re: Gender in Prof. Writing From:Elsa Kapitan-White <kapitan-white -at- SUGAR-LAND -dot- OILFIELD -dot- SLB -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 23 Oct 1996 15:21:03 -0500
Mary asked >I have a friend who is compiling a bibliography of sources
>whatever) that concern the relationship between gender and professional
>writing. Does anyone have any suggestions about articles, books, on-line
>sources that she might explore?
My first check on gender terminology is the wonderfully succinct "The
Handbook of Nonsexist Writing" by Casey Miller and Kate Swift (2nd ed.,
1988, Harper & Row, ISBN 0-06-096238-0 pbk).