In œGender Differences in Communication, Becky Michele Mulvaney argues that communication is the medium by which we come to know things and gender is itself a product of communication. What does Mulvaney mean by this statement? And how does she support her premise? Compare and contrast Mulvaney’s argument regarding gender and communication with the arguments presented in Lobner’s œSocial Construction of Gender article. What are the similarities, differences? In what ways do you agree or disagree with these authors?