AS Gender and Power theorists

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Instrumental Power
Enforces Authority e.g. "SHUT UP NOW!"
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Influential Power
Persuasive and Inclines or makes us want to behave in a certain way. e.g. "Please do not touch the wet paint."
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Dyer 1982 (power)
Power in advertising
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Coulthard and Sinclair 1975,1992 (power)
The IRS which is commonly used by teachers in the classroom
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IRF
I: Initiation - powerful participant asks the questions. R: Response - less powerful participant responds. F: Feedback - more powerful participant respons and gives feedback; steering conversation
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O'Barr and Atkins (gender)
'Women's language' was described to also be used by the lower class and the less authoritive and was later named as a 'powerless language' instead.
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Zimmerman and West 1975 (gender)
Men were more likely to interrupt than women and concluded this showed men aimed for dominance in language. Geoffrey Beattie (1982) argued that interruptions do not reflect dominance
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Koenraad Kupier 1991 (gender)
Men insulted one another to show their own solidarity and independence
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Persuasive and Inclines or makes us want to behave in a certain way. e.g. "Please do not touch the wet paint."

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Influential Power

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Power in advertising

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The IRS which is commonly used by teachers in the classroom

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I: Initiation - powerful participant asks the questions. R: Response - less powerful participant responds. F: Feedback - more powerful participant respons and gives feedback; steering conversation

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