Are you constantly getting interrupted… or manterrupted?

Well, you’re in good company. After the first Trump/Clinton debate, we couldn’t help but notice a certain man continually talking over a certain woman. So for this episode, we’re talking language and men and women, and we’re going find out who talks more, once and for all.

Linguist Daniel Midgley explains — but doesn’t mansplain — on this episode of Talk the Talk.

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Show notes

Machine learning has boosted Google’s translation capabilities to near-human levels

Google announces Neural Machine Translation to improve Google Translate

Google’s AI translation system is approaching human-level accuracy

Deep learning boosts Google Translate tool

Quartz has tested Google’s new AI-powered translator, and it needs to learn more Chinese

Hillary Clinton Will Not Be Manterrupted – The New York Times

Clinton got interrupted how many times? Debate night by the numbers

Trump repeatedly interrupts Clinton

Trump interrupted Clinton 25 times in the first 26 minutes of the debate – Vox

Trump interrupted Clinton 51 times at the debate. She interrupted him just 17 times. – Vox

I counted every interruption in the first presidential debate. And then I did the same for Obama-Romney. – Vox

For many women, watching Trump interrupt Clinton 51 times was unnerving but familiar | PBS NewsHour

What Went Down In The First Presidential Debate | FiveThirtyEight

Mansplaining Tips Debate Trump Interrupting Clinton

Why men are prone to interrupting women – Women in the World in Association with The New York Times – WITW

Obama’s Female Staffers Put Shine Theory to Test – Motto

Women on Obama’s Staff Used Amplification Tactic

Great intro: Gender, Status and Power in Discourse Behavior of Men and Women

Language and gender

Slides: Language and gender

Gossip in same-gender and cross-gender friends’ conversations – LEAPERAND – 1995 – Personal Relationships – Wiley Online Library

Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant on Why Women Stay Quiet at Work – The New York Times

Child interruption study: Boys learn to interrupt girls as young as 4 years old

Gender Language Differences: Women Get Interrupted More | New Republic

Conversation and the sexes: Johnson: Why men interrupt | The Economist

Politeness strategies in men’s and women’s voice mail messages ‎(PDF)

Janet Holmes & Politeness in men’s and women’s conversation

Donald Trump debate: ‘Braggadocious’ and other bigly words Trump didn’t make up

Is ‘Braggadocious’ A Real Word? | Lifehacker Australia

What does braggadocious mean? — Quartz

Online Etymology Dictionary: brag

‘I Guess I’m Having an Aleppo Moment’: Gary Johnson Can’t Name a Single Foreign Leader – The New York Times

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