Chapter : Muted Group Theory
PhD, in Communication, University of Illinois (1975)
Professor of com, womens studies, U of Illinois
Muted Group Theory: Focus
Muted group theory is concerned about labels and language use and exclusion the the
I would like to talk about an experience in which I negotiated with a sales man in the mall.
This negotiation is important for me because this was the first time I bargain the price with the
sales man. This is important for me because from that time I bar
I. There is a perpetual interest in the methods of persuasion.
A. People have been studying the strategies and tactics of successful persuasion for
thousands of years.
B. Scholars generally agree that listeners are persuaded by a speake
1. Using the competing values framework as a point of reference, how would
you describe the current organizational culture at IDEO? Provide examples to
support your conclusions.
The Competing Values Framework contains two axis. Horizontal axis refers to
(1) Description of your company (especially if it is not a well-known company)
Background of your company:Roland Corporation, was founded in1970, is a leading
manufacturer and distributor of electronic musical instruments.
Major product lines: keyboards a
Study Guide for Case Analysis #4 Hewlett-Packard, pp. 333
1. Which of the supertrends are driving H-P to change?
The supertrends that shaping the future of business are that: the marketplace is
becoming more segmented; competitors offering specialized sol
Good morning everyone. In the following three minutes I will introduce an
important concept to you, a concept that has close relation with all of us.
Globalization refers to the process of integration of the international world. It has a
vast range of fie
Chapter 11 starts with a common ethical issue that whether overweight people
and over tall people should be allowed to take airlines as the ordinary people do. After
listing the measures from different airline companies, such as to force them t
Although the word globalization seems to become renowned in recent decades, the phenomenon of
globalization isnt new. Throughout thousands of years, people have been communicating and trading
with each other from distance. The most famous globalization in
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Paper makes sense
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We know you are in the business of producing electric buses. We really like to hear more about your
process of production and then share with you about how our tape could improve and benefit your
1. What probing questions
SALES PITCH MINI SPEECH
Choose a real or fictitious product or service to sell to the class (e.g., lighted tennis shoes,
electric ear muffs, battery-powered nose warmers, internet dating services, robot-cleaning
services, alcohol-powered car
Description of the major in your
Information Sources or Plan of Action
They study almost everything about soil and
how plants grow, how water flows and effects
soil, and how to preserve soil.
Typical jobs entered by student
Natural Resources and
Framework of Presentation
What natural resources and environmental science: Land resources is about?
Courses you would mainly be studying.?
What jobs you can get after getti
Simple Explanation/Narrated Powerpoint Presentations
Read the assignment sheets for the Simple Explanation Presentation and the Asynchronous
(Narrated PowerPoint) Presentation before completing this topic form.
I am going to teach my class
What is benchmarking?
Benchmarking, as part of the design process, is used to identify best practices and to compare
solutions or ideas against each other based on certain minimal or optimized criteria you set.
For example, before the construction of the
What is listening?
Which activity involves the most amount of listening? Students spend 20 percent of
all school related hours just listening. If television watching and one-half of
conversations are included, students spend approximately 50 percent of