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February+12-3 - 2/12 Questions for Maltz/Borker and Tannen...

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2/12 Questions for Maltz/Borker and Tannen What are the features associated with men and women in the Maltz & Borker article? Do you agree with these, in your experience? If not, then offer an explanation why. Women; -display a greater tendency to ask questions, more actively enaged in conversations -Doing more routine “shit-work” involved in maintaining routine social interaction -make utterances that demands or encourage responses from their fellow speakers -greater tendency to make use of positive minimal responses likely to adapt a strategy of “silent protest” after they have been interrupted or have received a delayed minimal response -use the pronouns you and we, in clued everybody Men: -interrupt other participant -challenge or dispute their partners’ utterances -ignore the comments of the other speaker controlling the topic conversation -direct declarations of fact or opinion than do women explanations men’s dominance in conversation parallels dominance in society.
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