Feminist communication theories place women and their experiences at the center of the study of
communication and production of theory. Feminist communication theories offer explanations and speculations about the communicative strategies used to oppress women as well as those used by women to overcome that oppression. The range of feminist theories that address communication is broad, and this body of scholarship could be organized in many different ways. Covered below are the theories related to language and gender, access to the public sphere and voice within that sphere, the ways feminist communication theorists theorize about feminism and theory, and theories of masculinity and identity.
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Edwina Ayu Kustiawan
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