Communicating in Forums

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Running head: Communicating in Forums 1 Communicating in Forums Angel Bingham GEN/105 April 24, 2011 Dr. Christopher Summerlin
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Communicating in Forums 2 Communicating in Forums When communicating in an electronic environment, in which everything is written, you must be very careful not to offend the reader. The use of inclusive language is very important because it avoids using words or expressions often perceived to exclude a particular group of people. When talking about the business conference, there was no reason to refer to the presenter as a “business lady.” Giving the presenter a specific gender and going on to say how surprised you was that she had useful information, gave the impression that a woman was not capable of intelligence. A better way of bringing up the presentation you attended would have been to say that you attended a presentation on etiquette and was surprised at how much you learned. You further went on to say that you used the tips you learned at a company picnic, calling
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course GEN 105 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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