Study Guides Ch 34, 35, 36

Study Guides Ch 34, 35, 36 - STUDY GUIDE 36 CH 34...

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STUDY GUIDE CHAPTERS 34, 35, 36 CH 34: Fill-In-The-Blank 1. Tannen believes that male-female conversation is inherently ____cross-cultural_______ communication. 2. Tannen believes that, more than anything else, men seek ______status______ . 3. Women's behavior when interrupting another person to add a word of agreement or show support is called _________collaborative overlap___________. 4. According to Tannen, when women share problems with men they are looking for _____understanding_____, not advice. 5 . Women listening to a story or explanation tend to offer _____head nods________. CH 35: Fill-In-The-Blank 1. Harding and Wood believe that the best way to discover how the world works is to ask those who are________marginalized______. 2. ___Local___knowledge is situated in time, place, experience, relative power, and is not value- free. 3. Standpoint theorists believe that both the physical and social sciences provide_____situated knowledge_____.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. ________Strong objectivity______ is the strategy of starting research from the lives of women and other marginalized groups, thus providing a less false view of reality. 5. Benhabib’s _____interactive universalism______maintains that a universal ethical standard is a viable possibility. CH 36: Fill-In-The-Blank 1. According to Muted Group theory, a muted group is not always completely ____silent___. 2. A muted group must ______translate______their thoughts, ideas, or attitudes into the language of the dominant world view. 3. _____Man-made language______operates in defining, depreciating, and excluding women. 4. Kramarae believes that there is great potential for women in _____cyberspace______. strong objectivity cyberspace situated knowledge translate local head nods marginalized cross-cultural cooperative overlap silent man-made language interactive universalism understanding manifest stereotyping status or control...
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