Baxtor Reflection

Case making skills applying parallel processing

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Unformatted text preview: inates more public and formal contexts- boys have more speeking turns than girls- - boys develop discouse strategies to ensure that the flow of talk remains with them- - effective speaker- hold the floor, case making skills, applying parallel processing skills, be an agent provocateur- challenge the dominant or consensual view - male dominance is associated with popularity and peer approval- males organize in groups- hierarchically structured- higher ups, get a sidekick - boys go to higher power- - appearing to have an important point to make- stealing the...
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This document was uploaded on 03/17/2014 for the course LING 343 at Georgetown.

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