Communicating in Forums - M. Bates

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Running head: COMMUNICATING IN FORUMS 1 Communicating in Forums Meryl Bates GEN 105 July 3, 2010 Johannes Siemson
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COMMUNICATING IN FORUMS 2 Communicating in Forums In a email Anthony submits in “Anthony’s Dilemma,” he talks about a business situation he had at a company conference about business etiquette. Although he didn’t think he was being offensive he, he didn’t realize that the comments he makes are non-inclusive. The email comments give the impression that this is “a man’s world”, but are merely exceptions. For example, back during WWII, a woman was either a nurse or a house wife when they were not considered gender-equal to men. In order for Anthony to correct the etiquette issues, he needs to brush up on the use of inclusive language, so that he can improve the quality and etiquette of the work environment for both men and women. While some of the language Anthony uses doesn’t seem like a big problem , it can turn in to a legality issue. For instance, gender discrimination or
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2010 for the course GEN 105 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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