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Essay 3 Rough Draft-Burnette.docx

Essay 3 Rough Draft-Burnette.docx - Burnette 1 Jenneil N...

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Burnette Jenneil N. Burnette English 111 Professor Dolan 8 February 2018 Communication But What Do You Mean ” is an essay by Tannen, that explores differences in communication at the work place by gender. This detailed essay presents seven different aspects, in which there is a disagreement in the conversations stemming from gender. The World of Doublespeak ” is an essay by William Lutz, exploring the work place’s conversational differences that stem from the way the language is framed and structured to convey a certain message. The two authors presented the theme of work place conversation. The same theme of workplace conversation may appear differently when looked at through the lens of double talk and that of gender based talk. There are fundamental similarities between the two essays when it comes to the style of writing. The author of the essay, “ But What Do You Mean ” settles for seven issues that occasion varying views. First it is important to note that women, when left to talk to other women the talk is basically based on emotions and caring about the feelings for each other. When the workplace communication is correctly viewed from the woman-man perspective it is clear that men face only a few challenges in relaying their messages.
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  • Summer '13
  • CarolynWinterowd
  • English, It, William D. Lutz, William Lutz, Doublespeak, work place, Jenneil N. Burnette

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