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from COMM 474: Advanced Studies in Gender Communication
by Timothy Muehlhoff
April 4, 2011
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff compares ancient thinkers to modern theologians to show how gender stereotypes and differences impact society. He uses Hermeneutics to expound upon these stereotypes.
March 21, 2011
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff offers explanation of family influence on gender habits. He goes in depth, talking about how culture is filtered and mitigated through the parents.
by David L Talley
April 11, 2011
Dr. David Talley offers a viewpoint that pushes for the idea that the origin of gender stereotypes and difference are hardwired by God.
by Ronald W Pierce
April 18, 2011
Dr. Ronald W. Pierce offers a viewpoint that pushes for the idea that the origin of gender stereotypes and difference stem from culture and society.
from COMM 254: Communication Theory
September 2, 2010
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff defines the parameters of theories, and lists the necessary criterion it needs to yield results. He shows how an intricately crafted theory infused with communication can reveal t...
August 31, 2010
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff dives into a deeper understanding of what communication is, and the way that humans use it to interpret things. He hearkens on this understanding by looking at marriage and divorc...
September 23, 2010
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff unpacks the communication theory of Constructivism. He also talks about how the amount of information people consume on a daily basis powers a complex view of the world and other ...
September 28, 2010
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff articulates Kenneth Burke's ideas of individual perspectives in theology as well as in economics and communication. He also talks about how society inflicted hierarchies often lea...
February 28, 2011
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff talks about how language and the way men and women communicate define stereotypes. He elaborates on ideas that show where these different roles of gender have originated from and ...
March 14, 2011
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff makes correlations between nonverbal communication and cultural norms about gender. He talks about these implications and notes differences between them.