Communication and Gender Studies
posted by Shelly on .
Give an example of men in lecture mode and women being captive listeners.
Secondly, provide an example of men and women using different listening signals.
In my investment club (all senior citizens), we have four married couples plus several members without spouses who are members. With three of the married couples, the men dominate almost all conversation and pronouncements in our meetings. Their wives say very little.
What examples do you know of the second scenario?
I would say that men and women have different body language.
What body language do men exhibit? How is different from women's body language?
I don't know if this article will help.