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Patrice Flood SPCH277N-61499 Week 3: Homework Topic Selection for Individual Speech Presentation The communication topic that I chose to learn more about is “to learn how to speak productively with anger” because when I have a disagreement about something, I will tend to get loud and speak using harsh words. I will want to think about and choose my words carefully before I speak when having a disagreement in a conversation. I need to fix my anger when having a conversation with someone, so I can communicate with people better. Assignment: Conflict Analysis Conflict Analysis Part 1: Observe an instance that happened last week, that you are not personally involved with where conflict is present (you will need to be a bit of a covert operator to accomplish this). Answer the following: 1a. Who was involved in the conflict? What was the relationship between the participants prior to the conflict? Did it appear as if the relationship between the participants had any impact on how either person responded to the conflict? The person who I am using for this conflict analysis is my mom and father. My mom and dad were married about 20 years ago, but their proper communication skills with each other are very poor. Yes, it appears that their relationship between them do have a impact on how they responded to the conflict because their communication barrier is usually cause of verbal and nonverbal confrontations they have because they really don’t talk to each other. 1b. When and where did it take place? Was it formal or informal? Planned or unplanned? What impact did the location and time have on the outcome?
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