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Facts about abortion: U.S. abortion statistics. (n.d.). Abort73.
Debate - Rebuttal to Pro
My counterparts spoke with some good points, but we will see really how
good they may be. They said the Declaration of Independence gives the
fetus a right to life, and that the people that do not a
Introduction (not finished) Some moral topics are surrounded with so many opinions, and so
much controversy that they can ruin friendships, or even split up families. Abortion is one of
Debate Rebuttal to Con
Those who want to keep abortion legal have some good, thought provoking points, but
they are not fully correct. They said that access to legal, professional abortions stop
illegal, dangerous abortions,
Ethnocentrism was definitely involved in this activity. Ethnocentrism means that a certain
culture thinks their culture is the best one out there, and that everyone else should be like them.
It seemed like f
Dr. Aimee Lau
At the beginning of the semester I felt I was fairly good at speaking in front of people. I
always got at least a little nervous if the group was too big, but speaking in front of groups has
Dr. Aimee Lau
I went to a coffee shop. This may have affected nonverbal communication because often
times coffee shops are quitter places, where some people go alone to sit, or go with a friend to
have a quie
Points for Making Abortion Illegal:
1. It is murder
2. Medical complications
3. Taxes paid on something we dont use or agree with
4. Medical and Historical documents that dont support Abortion
Points for Keeping Abortion Legal:
1. Access to legal, profess
Notes: A: JusticeAntoninScaliastated,RegardlessofwhatmyviewsasaCatholicare,
C: According to the Alan Guttmacher Institute Surgical Abortions are 11 times safer than
Chapter 7 Interpersonal Communication
a. Simultaneous interaction
b. Attempt to mutually influence
c. Managing relationships
a. Treat people as objects or role, not as unique
3. Attributes of Interpersonal Comm.
Chapter 8 Notes
1. Relationship Development
a. Escalation 5 steps
b. De-Escalation 5 steps
a. Pre-Interaction Awareness
d.i. Always go to each other
Chapter 5 Notes
a. Physiological process of decoding sounds.
a. Process we use to make sense out of what we hear.
3. Barriers to Listening
b. Information-processing Barriers
c. Context Barriers
I liked the sort of relaxed feel about the class. We still were always able and encouraged
to get our work done, but there was a comfortable feel to it. I really liked the conversational style
that we worked i
Con- Marijuana is not expensive.
Marijuana, even though it may seem expensive, it is actually very cheap. Also,
non-profit hospitals have programs that help patients pay for their medical bills.
If Marijuana was lega
Journal Entry #2
As I sat at Brueggers on Tuesday morning, I had the chance to observe many different
types of nonverbal communication. One of the codes that we discussed in class, appearance, was
very mixed among the customers.
Even though we did not do them for all of our assignments throughout the
semester, I enjoyed the opportunities to work in learning groups. They were a great way
of demonstrating some of the key concepts we were discussing in class. Working in
When we participated in the intercultural activity in class last Tuesday, I was able to see
some of the concepts that we read and discussed about in Chapter six. I was placed in the
classroom culture, which was the bus
Journal Entry #1
Name: Rachel Gilbertson
Mental Health Issues
1. The extent of my formal communication experience includes whatever I may have
done with presenting projects to the class in elementary and middle school. My high
Chapter 6 Communicating as Equisos and
Igriegos (and Americans too!)
What is culture?
What is intercultural communication?
Learned system of Knowledge, behavior, beliefs,
values, etc. Shared by a group