The devil’s in the framing: language and bias

How we say things can be as important as what we say. In this post, Ella Whiteley explores the “framing effect”, its implications for education and research communication and in particular, its salience to discussions of sex and gender.  Picture yourself in a fancy supermarket. There’s a food sample trolley down one aisle. You beeline towards it. (No one really grows out of … Continued