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You Need to Understand My Gender Role: An Empirical Test of Tannens Model of Gender andCommunicationDescription:Read "You Need to Understand My Gender Role: An Empirical Test of Tannens Model of Gender and Communication,"by Edwards & Hamilton, fromSex Roles(2004).He’s a Man and She’s a Woman: A Conversation Analysis on Linguistic Gender DifferencesDescription:Read "He’s a Man and She’s a Woman: A Conversation Analysis on Linguistic Gender Differences," by Sumpio, fromInternational Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences(2020).What Is a Shame Society? What Does Shame Society Mean?Description:Watch "What Is a Shame Society? What Does Shame Society Mean?," from(2018).The AudiopediaToilets, Bowties, Gender and Me
pageof1219Description:Watch "Toilets, Bowties, Gender and Me," by Mason-Hyde, fromTEDx(2018).TasksTIntercultural Interview ReflectionDescription:For this assignment, you will need to interview an individual who identifies with a non-Western and/ornon-Judeo-Christian culture. This interview can be in person, over the phone, or by email. This maybe someone you know personally or that you locate through a local cultural center, club, religiousorganization or even an embassy or consulate. You need to obtain permission from this individual tolist their contact information in your paper in the event that your instructor needs to verify your work.During your interview you should ask the following questions:What do you identify as the most important or distinct practices of your culture?How are gender roles addressed in your culture?How is social power, authority, or social roles in a hierarchy expressed in your culture?In class, we learned that in “honor-oriented societies,” worth comes from one’s role or groupmembership and in “justice-oriented societies,” worth comes from what one does or doesn’tdo. What is the role of honor/shame in your culture? Are honor/pride and dishonor/shameimportant concepts in your culture?After your interview, write a 500-750-word paper summarizing and reflecting on the responses youreceived. What did you learn from this exchange? How did your perceptions change? Based on yourdiscussion, how do you think your culture is perceived by others? You should incorporate at leastthree concepts from Chapters 12, 13, or 14 of your textbook in your response.Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in theStudent Success Center.This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to becomefamiliar with the expectations for successful completion.You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to theLopesWrite Technicalfor assistance.Support articlesTopic 5 DQ 1Description:What is the difference between an “honor-oriented society” and a “justice-oriented society” and how do these valuedifferences get expressed in communication? How do different communication values in these societies influencecommunication about the gospel?

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Spring
Professor
Brian Clark
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Intercultural competence, Body Ritual Among the Nacirema,

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