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245 00 That's not what i meant with Deborah Tannen.|h[Kanopy 
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500    Title from title frames. 
518    Originally produced by Into the Classroom Media in 2012. 
520    Deborah Tannen revolutionized our understanding of gender 
       and communication. Now, for the first time on video, 
       Tannen takes your students on an intellectual journey to 
       the core of how men and women use language, and why 
       communication between the sexes so often goes awry. 
       Debunking the misconception that communication would be 
       transparent if we simply "said what we meant," Tannen 
       counters by suggesting that we do say what we mean--only 
       we say it in our own "conversational style". On a canvas 
       of disciplines from linguistics and psychology, to 
       anthropology and communication, Tannen paints a 
       fascinating picture of the conversational "signals," 
       "devices," and "rituals" that structure our every 
       interaction. Against a backdrop of ethnic, gender, and 
       other cultural factors, Tannen demonstrates how 
       conversational signals send "metamessages" that "frame" 
       the meaning of what we say. And why, when conversational 
       styles differ, the frame we intend may not be the one 
       perceived. Utterly fascinating. -- San Francisco 
       Chronicle. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Communication|xSex differences. 
650  0 Women|xCommunication. 
650  0 Men|xCommunication. 
650  0 Sex differences (Psychology) 
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