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Intro to Communications
Margaret Quinlan Carbone
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hali Liggins on Tuesday April 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Comm 2100-001 at University of North Carolina - Charlotte taught by Margaret Quinlan Carbone in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Intro to Communications in Communication at University of North Carolina - Charlotte.

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Hali Liggins Comm theory notes Chapter 34                                        Genderlect styles of Deborah tannen  Male­female converdation is cross cultural communication. Masculine and feminie styles of discourse are best viewd as two distinct cultural dialecxts.  Different between sex and gender  Tannen argues that male and female convo is cross cultural   Miscommunication happened because people realize that they are engaginh in cross  cultural communication  Basically men and women speak different languages  Argues both male and female styles of omm. Are equally valied  Why we communicate? Womena seek connection, men seek status  Style of communication: women use rapport talk and men use report talk  Language: we speak the same langunge, but each gender has its own dialect  Goal of gendelect theory: mutual repsect and understanding   Women seek connection  Men are concerned with status  Genderlect­ definition  Women seek human connection  Anayalezed different convos  Private speaking versus public speaking  Men use talk as weapon  Women talk more in private than men  Rapport talk­ typical conversational style of women seeks connection with others  Report talk­ typical style f mean which seeks to command atteion. Convey info  Picture of notes chart on phone!! About conveying info and establishing connection  More notes on phone rapport versus report talk!  Speech community­ community of people who share inderstandinf about goal of  communication, strageies for enacting those goals, and ways of interesting comm.  Different languages indicate that we need to learn to adopt each others voice  Beleves that there is not much hope that wel will alter our lingtuitic syles  Belevies more hope for us to undetrand each other than we will change the way we talk Notes on wood chapters on phone!!


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