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Understanding of Complex Emotions

Introduction Although there is a large body of literature focused on children’s understanding of emotions and another body focused on parent-child conversation about emotions, little research has examined parent-child talk about complex emotions. The majority of research is dedicated to simple emotions and their functions in children’s life. However, the studies which are dedicated to […]

Pages: 22 Words: 6463 Topics: Attachment Theory, Conversation, Emotions, Gender, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Research

Road to Ielts

Syllabus Road to IELTS General Training Unit 1:   Leisure & entertainment Words: Words and phrases to talk about leisure activities, sports, games and equipment Listening: A talk about places to eat out in a town; a conversation about a survey on popular forms of physical activity Reading: An article about a new top spot to visit in London; a brochure from a […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1083 Topics: Communication, Conversation, Disease, Language, Mass Media, Reading, Semiotics
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I Changing Role of Communication in the 21st Century

How many times have you been out to dinner or other social function talking with people only to have them abruptly stop the conversation to answer their mobile or to respond to some form of text or email? How many times have you been in a meeting and experienced the entire meeting being momentarily disrupted […]

Pages: 3 Words: 771 Topics: Communication, Computer Networking, Conversation, Cyberspace

Sex, Lies, and Conservation

Amy Wilson Mr. Scott English 1301-070 March 3, 2010 Complications of Relationships According to the author Deborah Tannen the article, “Sex, Lies, and conversation; Why Is It So Hard for Men and Women to Talk to Each Other? ” men and women perceive conversations in their relationships to be differently. She states that lack of […]

Pages: 2 Words: 613 Topics: Communication, Conversation, Human Communication, Interpersonal Relationships, Relationship, Semiotics, Sex, Social Psychology

Teaching English through Role Play

TEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH ROLE PLAY (PREDAREA LIMBII ENGLEZE UTILIZAND JOCUL DE ROL) Role-play is a classroom activity in which learners take on a ‘role’, they play the part of someone else, from a simple discussion between a tourist when asking for directions in a new city or at the airport, to more elaborate conversation about […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1175 Topics: Communication, Conversation, English Language, Language, Learning, Student, Teacher, Vocabulary

Negative Effects of Cell Phone of Society

Steve Sheridan Professor Simakowicz 1st Draft Paper 13 April 2010 “Do Cell Phones Help or Hinder Society? ” Times have changed tremendously in the last twenty five years in regards to how the world communicates with each other. The birth of new technology such as cell phones with internet capability, laptop computers, and even the […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1610 Topics: Adolescence, Communication, Conversation, Mobile Phone, Study

The Analysis of Robert Frost’s Poem the Telephone

Through carefully balanced figurative language and similes, Robert Frost’s poem, “ The Telephone,”highlights the significance of human nature by leaving an impact upon the reader, while allowing them to make any type of interpretation of the poem. First, from what I was able to interpret, Frost made it seem as if the speaker and his […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1167 Topics: Conversation, Love, Metaphor, Narration, Poetry Analysis

Film Analysis: 500 Days of Summer

Film Analysis: 500 Days of Summer In the movie 500 Days of Summer director Marc Webb creates a scenario that is all too relatable as a young man struggles to understand the concept of love and friendship and how the two are connected or disconnected. The movie is so highly relatable in fact, that theories […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2684 Topics: Communication, Conversation, Film Analysis, Friendship, Interpersonal Communication, Love, Nonverbal Communication, Social Psychology

Analyzing Gender Stereotypes in Media

In an ever changing society that has emphasized and increased the conversation regarding gender roles, there seems to be a lacking conversation with masculinity and the media. The media superabundance that we have been experiencing throughout this decade is something that has never been seen in human life before. The specific conversation regarding gender roles […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1983 Topics: Conversation, Domestic Violence, Gender, Gender Roles, Gender Stereotypes, Masculinity, Sex, Social Issues

Gender and Communication in Hemingwayr’s Story

In Ernest Hemingwayr’s short story, Hills Like White Elephants, Jig and her American boyfriend arent exactly the picture of a happy couple. Though sitting at a train station in Spain, enjoying the beautiful scenery and some cool drinks, the pair struggles to connect. While at first,it seems the American is simply disinterested by his partnerr’s […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1694 Topics: Communication, Conversation, Hills Like White Elephants
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