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Gender differences in the meaning of these words start early. In our gender dialogues between seventh-grade boys and girls, their comments and questions often focus on "talk": BOYS: Girls talk for most of the conversation so we don't have to talk. GIRLS: How come boys don't talk first? How these gender differences can be used in dialogue to heal the relationships between women and men is the topic of our discussion. 最後のパラグラフなんですが和訳に手こずっています…

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    このような言葉の意味の男女差は早くから始まる。7年生の男女生徒間の性別に関するやりとりでは、「おしゃべり」に焦点が置かれることが多い 男生徒 「たいてい喋るのは女の子だから僕らは話さなくてもいい」 女生徒「男の子はなぜ最初に喋らないの?」     このような男女差が(成人の)男と女の関係を癒す会話に使えるか、と言うのがこの議論の題目である。

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