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My email SPAM filter spotted the word s** in your original email and
automatically sent it to the Junk folder. I assume that other junk
mail filters did the same. In this day of overly aggressive[a.k.a.
dumb] junk mail filters you may consider using "gender" instead. I
starred out the word so that this message would get through spam
filters where your previous may not have.
You may find this compilation by Eszter Hargittai on Gender and Social
On Feb 13, 2004, at 9:47 AM, Lisa Peters wrote:
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>> Dear all,
>> Does anybody know of literature on differences between men and women
>> in how they use their social contacts? I want to study board members
>> in a network of interlocking directorates (of Turkish
>> self-organisations in Amsterdam) and if they use the contacts they
>> have access to via their network. Do I have to take s** into account
>> or not?
>> Thank you in advance!
>> kind regards,
>> Lisa Peters
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