Evaluation and Judgment

Evaluation and Judgment - selves and not others. They would...

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When we evaluate people by the way we feel when they talk to someone. Some people communicate in a descending way since some have soft tones when they talk. Others are very loud and full of energy when they talk. Which they can be received in different ways for different people, and since people do not like to be talked down to by someone they will probably stay away from that person as much as possible. When a person has a soft tone to the way they talk can be taken by as a kind and gentle person. They might also think that, that person does not have any backbone and not being able to stand up for their selves. When someone has a loud voice some people might think they are mean and think for their
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Unformatted text preview: selves and not others. They would probably be fun to be around and would always have something to do which they would never be boring. It might be the way they are dressed and how their appearances look. Everyone is different and we are not the one to judge. A lot of people judge the person because of how that person might like and not like. When I look at the attitudes and their looks are the most two important when it comes to evaluating. It is hard not to judge someone by the way they look on the outside. When someone gets to know that person for who they are and not what they look like....
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course 225 BEH taught by Professor Griffin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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