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describe the different factors that might affect an individual s ability to express their view
The different factors that might affect an individual s ability to express their view are ; self esteem, location (one might not express atheist beliefs in a church), if they have a speech impediment, [ understanding of the topic and possibly nerves would all affect your ability to express your opinion. ]
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