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COMM 1210 03/20/08’ Literature Review Many college students tend to live in off campus houses following their freshman years. There is always that difficult decision of who to choose to be your housemate while trying to keep all of your friends in mind. One would normally choose the friends they feel they get along with the best and rarely argue with. Once you get past this minor dilemma and your living in the house, some of these new housemates small mannerisms may get on you or your other housemates nerves. Personally, this topic is perfect for me because I am a junior and have already lived in two different houses; in both houses I had six close friends and housemates in each. I have first hand seen both verbal and nonverbal signs of disagreement of how dirty a housemate can be, or how one housemate hangs the toilet paper the “wrong way”. According to Living with neighbors, Roommates and Housemates , the author, J.E. Brown provides many examples of common disagreements between housemates; then offers many possible ways to avoid these discrepancies and
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