Language Investigation: Is gendered language used in sexual harassment trails or What is catcalling?

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Language Investigation: Is gendered language used in sexual harassment trails or What is catcalling?
1 The language of sexual harassment
1.1 The language of a courtroom
1.1.1 Top 3 Famous Sexual Harassment Cases
1.1.1.1 Anlta Hill vs. Justice Clarence Thomas
1.1.1.2 Paula Jones vs. President Clinton
1.1.1.3 Mitsubishi Motors
1.2 Language of catcalling and wolf whistling
1.2.1 43% of females in London aged 18 to 34 experience sexual harassment in the last year
1.2.2 87% of all females in American have been harassed by a male stranger
1.2.3 #ShoutingBack
2 Possible research resources
2.1 Gender Born, Gender Made: Diane Ehrensaft, PHD
2.2 Everyday Sexism: Laura Bates
2.3 On Language and Sexual Politics: Deborah Cameron
2.4 Sexual Politics: Kate Millet
3 Possible theoriest
3.1 Robin Lakoff
3.2 O'Barr & Atkiens
3.3 Jane Pilkington
3.4 Debourgh Tannen
3.5 Janet Holmes
3.6 Peter Trugill
3.7 Semantic Derrogation
4 Famous Gender influenced Court cases
4.1 OJ Simpson
4.1.1 Male: Defence & Criminal
4.1.2 Female: Victim & Prosecution
4.2 Sally Anne Bowman
4.2.1 Male: Offender
4.2.2 Female: Victim
5 Possible Data Sources (Court Cases)
5.1 Gov.co.uk
5.2 Simpsonwester.com
5.3 Corby Magistrates Court
5.4 Northampton Court
6 Possible Data Sources (Catcalling)
6.1 Questionaire
6.1.1 Public
6.1.2 Within School
6.2 Students
6.3 Teachers
6.4 Collegues
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