Self assessment questionnaire

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Who Are You? Your Experiences and Stories about Facilitation and Conflict A Self Assessment Questionnaire (Adapted from Kim Pearce, De Anza College) COMM 115P/241R Spring, 2010 Professor Shawn Spano
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The purpose of this questionnaire is to help you think about your experiences, stories, and responses to particular situations. Be as honest as you can, keeping in mind there are no right or wrong answers. 1. When you and another person are having a conflict about something important to you, do you typically: A. Argue for your position B. Give in to your partner’s position to avoid conflict C. Try to understand your partner’s perspective even though you may fundamentally disagree D. Other (describe what you do)… 2. When you and another person are having a conflict about something that is not important to you, do you typically: A. Argue for your position B. Give in to his/her position to avoid conflict C. Try to understand his/her perspective even though you may fundamentally disagree D. Other (describe what you do)… 3. When someone is talking passionately about the injustice of discrimination against people of color, gays, disabled, or women, do you normally” A. Listen politely but find yourself not interested B. Change the subject to something you think is less controversial C. Ask questions to find out why the person is so interested in the topic D. Other (describe what you do)… 4. When someone says something you fundamentally disagree with, do you generally: A. Ask questions to fully understand his/her position before you comment B. Jump in with your point of view C. Withdraw from the conversation D. Other (describe what you do)… 5. When someone says something that you think reflects racist or homophobic views, do you generally: A. Argue with the person by taking a different posotion B. Give in to your partner’s position to avoid conflict C. Try to understand your partner’s perspective even though you may fundamentally disagree D. Other (describe what you do)…
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6. Generally, how aware are you of your part in making a satisfactory or tense
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