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Comm 115P/241R Comm & Conflict in Small groups Professor Shawn Spano Reading Response #3: Argument vs. Dialogue (Keyed to pages 1-10 in the Training Manual & Resource Guide) Directions : Answer the questions below in two or so paragraphs (1 page). Please type your response and turn it in on the day we discuss it in class (Tues, Feb 16). Give two examples, with specific detail, of two conversations that you were involved
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Unformatted text preview: in: One is an argument and one is a dialogue. In your examples, answer these two questions: 1. What are the characteristics of the two conversations that you think make them an argument and a dialogue. 2. Based on your experiences in the two conversations, what do you think are the key differences between argument and dialogue?...
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