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Watch your language: Guidelines for non-discriminatory language

A guide to non-discriminatory language produced by Melbourne University. Although some of the language examples may have changed, the guide sets out very clear principles and examples to enable learners to reflect on their use of language and its impact on others.

  • Author(s):
Melbourne University
  • Year of Publication:
2005
  • Type:
Reading
  • Tags:
Values
Writing
Discrimination, Language, Anti-Oppressive Practice, Anti-Discriminatory Practice
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All
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PDF document Watch_Your_Language.pdf


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Gillian Muir
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Melbourne University (2005 ) Watch your language: Guidelines for non-discriminatory language. ScOPTbox Practice Learning Library. [Online]. Available from: https://practicelearning.info/mod/data/view.php?d=4&rid=59

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