You Jus Don't UNDERSTAND By: Deborah Tannen, P.
You Jus Don't UNDERSTAND By: Deborah Tannen, P. Synopsis: Deborah Tannen uses telling examples to stunningly demonstrate how even in the closest of relationships women and men live in different worlds made of different words. You Jus Don't UNDERSTAND Women and Men in Conversation Deborah Tannen,. Ballantine Books New York Sale of this book without a front cover may be unauthorized. if this book is coverless, it may have been reported to the publisher as "unsold or destroyed" and neither the author nor the publisher may have received payment for it.
It was written for a popular audience, and uses anecdotes from literature and the lives of Tannen and her family, students and friends.
You Just Don't Understand" is a very readable book with plenty of examples and data to back it up. I found it to be. .Note that this was the first of Tannen's books on the subject, but at lest of the first several, in my opinion, "You Just Don't Understand" remains the best.
Note that this was the first of Tannen's books on the subject, but at lest of the first several, in my opinion, "You Just Don't Understand" remains the best.
You Just Don't Understand. With a rare combination of scientific insight and delightful, humorous writing, Tannen shows why women and men can walk away from the same conversation with completely different impressions of what was said. Women and men live in different world. ade of different words.
Deborah Tannen’s most popular book is You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Conversation. That's Not What I Meant! by. Deborah Tannen. You're Wearing That?: Understanding Mothers and Daughters in Conversation by.
Deborah Tannen, You Just Don’t Understand People have different conversational styles. So when people from different parts of the country, or different ethnic or class backgrounds, talk to each other, it is likely that their words will not be understood exactly as they were meant. The desire to affirm that women are equal has made some scholars reluctant to show that they are different. There are gender differences in ways of speaking, and we need to identify and understand them.
Deborah Tannen's groundbreaking book You Just Don't Understand improved male-female relationships about, oh.Deborah Tannen combines a novelist's ear for the way people speak with a rare power of original analysis.
Deborah Tannen's groundbreaking book You Just Don't Understand improved male-female relationships about, oh, 100 percent. It is this that makes her an extraordinary sociolinguist, and her book such a fascinating look at that crucial social cement, conversation.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -319) and index. A chatty, earnest and endearing book that promises here-and-now rewards for taking the trouble to listen more carefully to what others are saying-and to be more sensitive to what others are hearing. LOS ANGELES TIMES Discover how men and women can interpret the same conversation differently, even when there is no apparent misunderstanding. Discover why sinscere attempts to communicate are so often confounded, and how we can prevent or relieve some of the frustration.
Deborah Tannen's #1 bestseller revolutionized the way men and women talk -- and listen -- to each other -- at home, at work, and wherever the communication gap between the sexes can lead to troublesome misunderstandings. The problem dates back to childhood, when boys and girls learn to use language in distinctly different ways; years later, their adult efforts to talk often place them at cross purposes -- even when both are sincerely trying to communicate.
Dr. Tannen illustrates how the best intentions can go painfully awry between spouses, family members, co-workers and friends, With You Just Don't Understand, you'll recognize yourself and your own efforts to be understood -- and gain valuable insight to help you communicate better than ever before.