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8/31/17 Vocab to remember: Muted group theory Mindfulness Bypassing, Allness* and interference Functions of non-verbal Miscommunication and non-verbal Muted Groups and Mindfulness review Power imbalances inhibit some female and minority group members from expressing themselves assertively and impedes their ability to participate effectively o High-context culture: non-verbal more important (not what you’re saying but how you’re saying it) o Low-context culture: prefer to discuss with language (say what you mean) Verbal Dynamics Bypassing - two or more people assign different meanings to the same word o You can influence, but not control the meanings others derive from your messages Allness - untrue, hasty generalization o EX: “millennials are just lazy” Fact-Interference Confusion - when a conclusion is made base on an inference rather
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