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Would your communication in daily life be better or worse if people did not/could not negotiate meaning?
Weegy: No. Most people cannot negotiate the meaning of their conversations. Take a look at high-context and low-context commmunications from an International Business point for a moment. [ Would it be different if people could negotiate meaning in daily life? YES, because you could change other people's perceptions, but people are imperfect. They make mistakes. Culture is terrible. And there are sometimes even people that will manipulate and do wrong to get their way. The reality is our lives would all be better if we could change and negotiate meaning because we could make people see our perspectives better and resolve conflict before it gets out of hand. If good, please rate good! Thanks for using Weegy! :) ] (More)
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Communication is less effective between cultures if those involved decide to ignore techniques to clarify meanings. That being said if we were unable to negotiate what we are trying to communicate, the term 'communication' would crumble and become obsolete. If we do not try to understand, how can we expect someone to understand us?
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What does gastr/o mean?
Weegy: Gastr(o)- is a word element meaning stomach. User: Poly- myos/o -itis What is the correct way to combine these word parts to form a word that means "inflammation and weakening of voluntary muscles in many parts of the body"? (More)
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The correct word is polymyositis, meaning "inflammation and weakening of voluntary muscles in many parts of the body".
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What does gastro- mean?
Weegy: Gastro- in medical terms means stomach. (More)
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what -dynia mean User: What is the suffix in the word "costochondritis"?
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Updated 1/14/2012 7:37:33 PM
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dynia,
suffix meaning "pain": cephalodynia, gastrodynia.
medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/-dynia
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