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De-gendering Gendered Occupations: Analysing Communicative Practices in the Workplace. / 11 authors, Joanne McDowell author and editor ; McDowell, Joanne.

Routledge, 2020. (Gender, Language and Sexuality).

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Harvard

11 authors, Joanne McDowell author and editor & McDowell, J 2020, De-gendering Gendered Occupations: Analysing Communicative Practices in the Workplace. Gender, Language and Sexuality, Routledge.

APA

11 authors, Joanne McDowell author and editor, & McDowell, J. (2020). De-gendering Gendered Occupations: Analysing Communicative Practices in the Workplace. (Gender, Language and Sexuality). Routledge.

Vancouver

11 authors, Joanne McDowell author and editor, McDowell J. De-gendering Gendered Occupations: Analysing Communicative Practices in the Workplace. Routledge, 2020. (Gender, Language and Sexuality).

Author

11 authors, Joanne McDowell author and editor ; McDowell, Joanne. / De-gendering Gendered Occupations: Analysing Communicative Practices in the Workplace. Routledge, 2020. (Gender, Language and Sexuality).

Bibtex

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