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Answer The Question In The Paper Instructions.

Question

First, study Chapter Three and view the Lecture PowerPoint.

Second, respond to all these questions:  (this topic is also discussed in Chapter 4)

1) In her book "You Were Always Mom’s Favorite!: Sisters in Conversation Throughout Their Lives" (2010), sociolinguist Deborah Tannen argued that conversations between sisters demonstrate two patterns—a trend toward closeness and a trend toward competition. Do you think younger generations today display the same difference? 2) What about conversations between brothers? What patterns do you think they demonstrate? 3) As Tannen has pointed out, communication between women and men is very different, especially in conversation styles. Where do these differences come from?

Be sure to cite the textbook at least two times in your initial post to support your position.

THE CORRECT APA FORMAT FOR OUR TEXTBOOK:

References  Kunz, J. (2013). THINK: Marriages and Families. Boston: Pearson.

In-text cite for direct quotes (please avoid/limit these):  (Kunz, 2013, p. 123). In-text cite for paraphrases (preferred):  (Kunz, 2013).

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In her book "You Were Always Mom’s Favorite!: Sisters in Conversation Throughout Their Lives" (2010), sociolinguist Deborah Tannen argued that conversations between sisters demonstrate two patterns—a trend toward closeness and a trend toward competition. Do you think younger generations today display the same difference?

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