Vocab asymmetries 143

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Vocab asymmetries 143

  1. 1. Vocab<br />asymmetries- theoretically<br />Page 143<br />
  2. 2. asymmetries<br />Definition<br />Lack of harmony and balance<br />Example<br />There are many asymmetries in the working world of women and of men; for example, women tend to receive twenty percent less than a man given the same job.<br />
  3. 3. status<br />Definition<br />Position or rank; one’s standing in relation to others.<br />Example<br />Jimmy deplored his status at middle school where he had to sit alone at the lunch table and where he was treated like dirt.<br />
  4. 4. paradox<br />Definition<br />A situation that may seem to be contradictory, but in fact is or may be true.<br />Example<br />Amy swore that , although it was a paradox, if you want a man, you should pretend you don’t.<br />
  5. 5. framed<br />Definition<br />Placed within a context<br />Example<br />Every message should be looked at within the frame of its context.<br />
  6. 6. implicit<br />Definition<br />Not directly stated<br />Example <br />Implicit is the opposite of explicit.<br />Although she never stated her interest, She sent implicit messages by batting her eyelashes.<br />
  7. 7. theoretically<br />Definition<br />based on theory, hypothetical<br />Example<br />Theoretically, if something goes up, it must come down.<br />

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