Baxtor Reflection

Baxtor Reflection

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Unformatted text preview: show- undercutting serious points of girls- - subversively upstaging other speakers - use humor to influence, ridicule, entertain other memberd of the class- aid in the appeal and legitimacy of their spoken contributions= - use to dominate public speaking contexts- I found the Judith Baxter article to be correct, but also very unenlightening. Reading the article brought me to reflect on many different areas of my life. I noticed similarities of the boys in the article to boys from elementary school, high school, college, and even older men. Therefore, these tactics discussed are used...
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This document was uploaded on 03/17/2014 for the course LING 343 at Georgetown.

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