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When Being Polite Isn’t About Politeness

Gendered politeness isn’t about being polite. It is about ensuring that women don’t disrupt the gender hierarchy.

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Would you ever consider approaching an airline pilot to offer advice about flying a Boeing 747? Unless you are a…




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Angela K. Irvin, Psy.D.

Angela K. Irvin, Psy.D.

Dr. Irvin is a clinical psychologist and mental health educator who enjoys writing about mental wellness, women’s issues, and the lived experience of race.

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