inclusive language


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inclusive language

n
language that avoids the use of certain expressions or words that might be considered to exclude particular groups of people, esp gender-specific words, such as "man", "mankind", and masculine pronouns, the use of which might be considered to exclude women
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They will be covering topics such as inclusive language policies, internationalization strategies in higher education, learning ecosystems, athletes' access to education, and using Artificial Intelligence for learning.
For 30 years I ran an annual women's weekend, and I was always attentive to inclusive language. I have known many women, religious and lay, who have shown me what it means to be a leader in the church.
* Commending use of the Inclusive Language Liturgical Psalter and the Inclusive Language Liturgical Psalter (pointed).
"Using gender-fair and inclusive language also helps reduce gender stereotyping, promotes social change and contributes to achieving gender equality."
As per a news story published in this paper, the draft bill uses 'more inclusive language around gender and protects the rights of all genders including transgender individuals'.
Suggestions appropriate for all libraries include writing mission statements using inclusive language, providing resources for "citizenship corners," offering driver education and legal aid, and organizing computer and language proficiency workshops and conversational classes that address cultural and social aspects of living in the United States.
The third expression of feminist theology was in advocacy for inclusive language in music and worship.
It adds: "It is also a good idea to ensure that you're using inclusive language. Rather than 'Dear Sir/Madam', replace this with 'Dear Runner'."
As a rule, practice using inclusive language all the time.