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How Do Voices Become Gendered? A Critical Examination of Everyday and Medical Constructions of the Relationship Between Voice, Sex, and Gender Identity
Challenging Popular Myths of Sex, Gender and Biology
Springer International Publishing, October 2013
David Azul, Azul, David
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