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  • Sleeve Style
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    Costume of men and women in the 16th century is said to have gone through three different phases. The styles differed quite noticeably from one phase to the next. However, the general dates that these phases took place are not the same for men and women. For men, the earliest phase was a transition from medieval styles to the styles of the Renaissance. Following this period, the German influence was prominently seen in men's fashion. Spanish influences were strong in the final phase. Between 150...
  • Two Forms Of Communication
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    Communication Between Men and Women: They Can't be the Same In communication between men and women, the two genders always communicate differently. Traditionally men communicate facts directly and are less likely to discuss details that have little to do with the conversation. Women traditionally are more careful about what they say and seek to build relationships by the way they communicate. These two forms of communication, direct (traditional male) and indirect (traditional female), are consi...
  • Different Communication Styles
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    Randi Borenstein June 7, 2000 Final Paper Professor Umana, Law and Society 150 Getting Over the Gender Walls Men and women come from different worlds. Let's face it, they simply can not communicate. Take the following story for example: Tom and Mary were going to a party. Tom was driving and after about twenty minutes and going around the same block many times, it was clear to Mary that Tom was lost. She suggested that he call for help. Tom became silent. They eventually arrived at the party, bu...
  • Relationship Style
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    Since time began men and women simply have not understood each other. We are motivated by different things and have quite different needs. It's got nothing to do with whether or not we are 'equal' - we simply communicate in different ways. With so many women now in senior positions and running successful companies the need to understand the gender differences in business communication has become essential - for both men and women. While a host of popular books in recent times have helped us to u...
  • Different Cultures And The Mochica Style
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    Ancient Peruvian Ceramics of the North Coast March 11, 1997 The first pottery pieces found in Peru were made somewhere between 1500 and 1000 b. p. The pieces were found in the central Andean region where a religious cult lived. This cult was called Chavn, after the best known ceremonial center, Chavn de Hunter. The religious center was the home to massive temples that were highly embellished with low relief sculptures of gods, animals, and symbols. The pottery found in the area where vessels tha...
  • Your Top Rock
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    Here you will find certain lingo's and phrases used by B-boys. This will help you understand more about the Breaking Nation. First of all a "B-boy" or "B-girl" is a person that is a breakdance r. They are the people in the middle of a crowd showing their skills. 1. Top rock - If you plan to take up break dancing, you should start with top rock because it is the basic move for all breakers. Top rock is just like when you dance on your feet. You can show your style by doing top rock. 2. Footwork -...
  • Rococo Style
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    Q. 1 Trends and importance of rococo style According to the journal, Rococo style is described as a style of art that emerged from Europe in the early 18th century. It originated from France. This rococo style was widely used in architecture and decorative art. The trendy Rococo style reflected the tastes of aristocracy of Europe. The products from rococo style dominate churches and courts in Germany and the salons in Paris. The style, as described in the book, is no doubt one of the best of sty...
  • Conversational Styles In Classroom Discussions
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    In her essay "Teachers' Classroom Strategies Should Recognize That Men and Women Use Language Differently", Deborah Tannen uses the subject of gender to reveal the differences between male and female conversational styles in classroom discussions. Tannen talks about how women tend to contribute less to hostile or debate-like conversations. On the contrary, men debate more in class because the conversational style reflects their own. Tannen observes the classroom situation, the topic of debate an...

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