I'm fairly credible, don't you think? A study of the effects of gendered language on source credibility and persuasion
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As the Internet introduces new ways of communicating, these fast and reliable forms of computer-mediated communication (CMC) have saturated offices, homes, airports and any other location with wireless Internet. Communicating in an instant, with one or with many, has become a staple in today's world. However, the technology once deemed "the great equalizer" has now raised concerns about inequalities and how these differences are manifested and perceived in a world where few cues are portrayed. Concerns about gender discriminations give rise to the question, What is the relationship between ...