Manterruptions, Bropropriation and Mansplaining:
Gender Bias and the Pervasive Interruption of Women

Lead Researcher: Arin N. Reeves
2015

Women have been talking for decades about the realities of consistently being interrupted by men when they speak in the workplace; however, the focus on men interrupting women at work has recently intensified to a point where new vocabulary  is deliberately sarcastic, not to disrespect or demean, but to highlight the frustration that the interruptive behavior continues to engender.

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