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Communication Men and women communicate differently in almost every situation These differences may be as simple as facial expressions or as complex as the true emotions hiding behind them Men and women communicate through opposite but equally effective techniques that demonstrate the distinctive cultural values of the society they were raised in An easily observable difference at the dinner table occurs when constrasting the behavior of a boy with that of a girl It would not be considered acceptable for the boy to burp but if done a few giggles would erupt from the others and a sharp reprimand would likely be given from a person of authority This of course is a classic scenario and one that many have experienced in first person It is a fine example of the bluntness and boldness of the modern American male But assume for an instant that it wasnt the boy that rudely but comically disturbed the formality of this setting it was the girl I imagine there would be a few open mouths and suprised stares I doubt many would be laughing out loud except of course for the boys Girls dont do that The reaction to the girl burping would be recieved in a different light and cultural values will quietly lead the parents to deliver a sharper reprimand to the girl Gender roles play a silent but strong part in setting separate standards for girls and boys A girl isnt supposed to burp at the table She is supposed to be quiet pleasant happy inviting and pleasing to be with The rules that are adhered to do not occur naturally but many come to be easily integrated into the roles of men and women A woman should be inviting because a higher pitched voice is naturally a more aestheticelly pleasing tone than of the deeper voice of a male Many women also tend to be more emotionally sensitive than
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