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Unformatted text preview: Scott Keane Outline General Purpose: To inform the class about Gender Communication Specific Purpose: Inform the class about the specifics of Gender Communication. Introduction: Attention Getter: We all have many ways of communicating with other people. Thesis: Gender Communication is some what complex, but you can break it up into each genders way of communicating. Preview of Main Points: Differences in Males and Females way of communicating. Transition: Good communication can be achieved by all. ( Margaret Robertson) Body: Main Point 1: Males way of Communicating. Sub Main Point: For men it is more typical for them to expect relationships to be based on independence and competition. Men more frequently emphasize the differences between themselves and others, and often make decisions based on their personal needs or desires. Transition: Our style depends on a lot of things: where we're from, how and where we were brought up, our educational background, our age, and it also can depend on our...
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ENG 1301 taught by Professor ----- during the Spring '07 term at Wayland Baptist.
- Spring '07