Intercultural - Gender

Intercultural - Gender - Gender as Cultural Identity Poll...

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Gender as Cultural Identity
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Poll Question: Get your clickers ready… When you think about the ways that men and women communicate, how extreme are the differences in communication behaviors between the genders? a. They are from different planets b. They have some similarities but are mostly different c. They have some differences but are mostly similar d. There are no differences between the ways men and women communicate
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Females are more self disclosive Females use self disclosure to build closeness Men typically do things
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Females see relationships in terms of (dis)affiliation Males see relationships as negotiating dominance and submissiveness
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Females tell people when they feel stress Males tend not to disclose personal stressors
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Females hint, avoid trivial issues, save confrontation for important issues and when hinting has failed Females tend to enjoy conflicts more than males
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course COMM 200 taught by Professor Theiss during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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