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Code-switching and Conversation Consistency: How Bilingual Speakers Code-switch to Communicate Effectively

Danbi Jang, Louise Chen, Katherine Escobar, Alena Hong Bilingual speakers code-switch for conversation consistency. Code-switching is more effective when describing cultural words with only that language and when both speakers are in an argument situation because code-switching increases conversation compatibility. Our research looked at the Kim’s Convenience Season 1 show and analyzed the Korean-Canadian bilingual

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How Do Gender Stereotypes from 1973 Hold Up in Modern Media?

Griffin Gamble, Shayan Karmaly, Rahul Reddy, and Michael Zhan Our team was interested in looking at some speech features that were found primarily in women’s speech in a famous study by Robin Lakoff in 1973. We wanted to see if Lakoff’s findings were still prevalent in today’s media. In our study, we followed two characters,

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The Use of Gendered Language in Interviews of Male and Female Athletes

Julia Offerman, Isabelle Sandback, Samantha Morgan, and Niki Agarwal Societal viewpoints regarding sports can be partially attributed to gender bias in sports commentating and interviews. This is true even for tennis, which has become very gender-inclusive in terms of media coverage, as well as respect for female athletes. Still, many studies have found biases in

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