A finding that the constant use of male pronouns (he, him, his) when speaking about hypothetical people in general language can influence gender stereotyping would provide support for the ____.

A finding that the constant use of male pronouns (he, him, his) when speaking about hypothetical people in general language can influence gender stereotyping would provide support for the ____.
A) strong form of Whorf’s linguistic relativity hypothesis
B) nature side of the nature-nurture language debate
C) weaker version of Whorf’s linguistic relativity hypothesis
D) language acquisition device theory formulated by Noam Chomsky


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