\u00a8Asymmetries: Women and Men Talking at Cross Purposes.\u00a8 - Ashley Yaffe Humanities 11 Mr Hammitte \u00a8Asymmetries Women and Men Talking at Cross

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Ashley Yaffe Humanities 11 Mr. Hammitte 6/9/18 ¨Asymmetries: Women and Men Talking at Cross Purposes.¨ Societies standards for gender are different, but the types of communication are based on the personalities of each individual, not specified by gender. The environment and the community that an individual lives in can impact the way they communicate to others. Men and Women who have parents that they have had to take care of because of medical reasons are problem solvers when they communicate. Problem solvers feel the need to communicate by solving everybody's problems even if there is not a solution. Men and Women who are shy do not feel the need to be the center of attention, so they do not dwell on their problems, instead they show sympathy for others. Both genders show appreciation and
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  • Spring '18
  • Alexandra Spyropoulos
  • Ashley Yaffe

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