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A general process model of the gender-linked language effect: Antecedents for and consequences of language used by men and women
Unformatted Document Text:  General Process Model of the GLLE Tables Table 1. Theorems Derived from the General Process Model of the GLLE Table 1a Theorem Abstract Representation Concrete Representation 1 SI 2 Æ GLS s Situational Inputs Æ Speaker’s Gender-Linked Language Schemata and Stereotypes 2 SI 2 Æ GLB s Situational Inputs Æ Gender-Linked Language Behaviors of Speaker 3 SI 2 Æ PC h Situational Inputs Æ Hearer Perception of Context 4 SI 2 Æ GLS h Situational Inputs Æ Hearer’s Gender-Linked Language Schemata and Stereotypes 5 SI 2 Æ J h Situational Inputs Æ Hearer Judgments of SIS, AQ, and D 6 SI 2 Æ B h Situational Inputs Æ Hearer Behaviors toward Speaker 7 PC s Æ GLB s Speaker Perception of Context Æ Gender-Linked Language Behaviors of Speaker 8 PC s Æ PC h Speaker Perception of Context Æ Hearer Perception of Context 9 PC s Æ GLS h Speaker Perception of Context Æ Hearer’s Gender- Linked Language Schemata and Stereotypes 10 PC s Æ J h Speaker Perception of Context Æ Hearer Judgments of SIS, AQ, and D 11 PC s Æ B h Speaker Perception of Context Æ Hearer Behaviors toward Speaker 12 GLS s Æ PC h Speaker’s Gender-Linked Language Schemata and Stereotypes Æ Hearer Perception of Context 13 GLS s Æ GLS h Speaker’s Gender-Linked Language Schemata and Stereotypes Æ Hearer’s Gender-Linked Language Schemata and Stereotypes

Authors: Mulac, Anthony., Bradac, James. and Palomares, Nicholas.
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General Process Model of the GLLE
Tables
Table 1.

Theorems Derived from the General Process Model of the GLLE
Table 1a
Theorem
Abstract
Representation Concrete
Representation
1
SI
2
Æ
GLS
s
Situational Inputs
Æ
Speaker’s Gender-Linked
Language Schemata and Stereotypes
2
SI
2
Æ
GLB
s
Situational Inputs
Æ
Gender-Linked Language
Behaviors of Speaker
3
SI
2
Æ
PC
h
Situational Inputs
Æ
Hearer Perception of Context
4
SI
2
Æ
GLS
h
Situational Inputs
Æ
Hearer’s Gender-Linked
Language Schemata and Stereotypes
5
SI
2
Æ
J
h
Situational Inputs
Æ
Hearer Judgments of SIS, AQ,
and D
6
SI
2
Æ
B
h
Situational Inputs
Æ
Hearer Behaviors toward Speaker
7
PC
s
Æ
GLB
s
Speaker Perception of Context
Æ
Gender-Linked
Language Behaviors of Speaker
8
PC
s
Æ
PC
h
Speaker Perception of Context
Æ
Hearer Perception of
Context
9
PC
s
Æ
GLS
h
Speaker Perception of Context
Æ
Hearer’s Gender-
Linked Language Schemata and Stereotypes
10 PC
s
Æ
J
h
Speaker Perception of Context
Æ
Hearer Judgments of
SIS, AQ, and D
11 PC
s
Æ
B
h
Speaker Perception of Context
Æ
Hearer Behaviors
toward Speaker
12 GLS
s
Æ
PC
h
Speaker’s Gender-Linked Language Schemata and
Stereotypes
Æ
Hearer Perception of Context
13 GLS
s
Æ
GLS
h
Speaker’s Gender-Linked Language Schemata and
Stereotypes
Æ
Hearer’s Gender-Linked Language
Schemata and Stereotypes


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