Definitions Principles Messages 'Isms Verbal guidelines

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What is ageism?
Discrimination based on age.

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What is Message Meanings Vary in Politeness?
"Directness" is to be avoided when having a conversation with another person, according to what principle?

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What is Aggressive messages?
"I'm smart, you're dumb; I'm big, you're little; I'm right, you're wrong,"

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What is sexism?
"Guy's only, no girls!"

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What is Recognize Complexity: Avoid allness.
Don’t think of everyone as the same.

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What is Connotative meaning.
The emotional meaning that speakers and listeners give to a word.

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What is Message Meanings Are in People.
Your friend tells you that her boyfriend just broke up with her. She claims that she is fine, but she won't look at you. You can obviously tell that it's really bothering her and that she is really hurting. This is a example of what principle?

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What is deceptive message?
"A half truth is a whole lie." ~Yiddish Proverb

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What is Racism?
"Why reasonable people go stark raving mad when anything involving a Negro comes up, is something I don't pretend to understand." - Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird

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What is Extensionalize: Avoid intentional Orientation?
Don’t label people.

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What is Static Evaluation?
Keeping an impression of someone regardless of whether or not they have changed.

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What is Message Meanings Vary in Abstraction?
Freedom, love, happiness, equality and democracy all are examples of what sort of meaning based on people's ideas of what it means.

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What is Disconformative messages?
"You don't matter, so I don't care what you have to say"

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What is Ageism?
An accident really uncanny, Befell an unfortunate granny. She sat down in a chair While her false teeth were there, And bit herself right in the fanny!

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What is Fact-Inference Confusion.
Recognize facts from statements.

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What is confirmation?
Acceptance and respect of the presence of another person.

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What is Message Meanings Can Deceive.
Lying is an act in which we send a message to someone that contains false information.

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What is polite messages.
"Please! Thank you! Your welcome!"

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What is Heterosexism?
The "Don't ask, don't tell" policy

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What is Indiscrimination?
Avoid stereotyping others!

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What is indiscrimination.
A view of a person based on a group that he/she is labeled as rather than a unique.

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What is Messages Meaning Vary in Assertiveness. A. Aggressive messages. B. Assertive messages. C. Non-assertive messages.
A, When a person is self centered and cares only for themselves. B. Acting in such a way that keeps peace between two people, but does not disturb the other person's rights. C. People who can not "stand up for themselves." They let others boss them around. These are examples of assertive, non-assertive messages, extra point if you can identify them. What principle best fits these examples?

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What is abstract messages?
"I have the right to do whatever I want"

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What is cultural identifiers?
Race, age, gender, language, beliefs and many more are helpful to be considered when trying to become as open minded as possible. These are all examples of what?

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What is Polarization?
Think about everything in between, not just happy or sad.

Chapter 5: Verbal Communications

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