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Writing Styles: the Way They Are Interpreted

Summary: Considers the different styles of writing that are used in the Article "Sport: Where Men are Men and Women are Trespassers," by Pat Griffin.
Is it true that sports are male dominated? Do women not have the right to enjoy football as much as men do? These are topics that Pat Griffin talks about in her essay. Griffin argues that there is "resistance to gender equality in sports" because society tends "to marginalize and control the growth of women's athletics" (Griffin 449). Griffin expresses these arguments in her article "Sport: Where Men Are Men and Women Are Trespassers" by using different types of effective language.

One of the effective ways she uses language is to include cultural examples to get her point across to the reader, attempting to stop sexism in the world of sports. Many examples substantiate her views and beliefs about this argument. "Young boys learn at an early age that participation in athletics is an important, if not required, part of developing a masculine identity...

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