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Professor Beth Bechky's joint research on women expressing emotions at work is spotlighted

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Excerpt from the Toronto Star -- "'Because the underlying emotions associated with crying are often ambiguous,' the authors tell us, 'the underlying meaning of crying, in terms of what it says about the situation and the crier is also often ambiguous. As a result, we argue that determining the meaning of female crying at work may rely on assessment information other than the crier’s underlying emotions.'"

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