Overall, my assessment of this article, “A Radically Different Voice”, was very informational and great description of case and evidence to support his main claims. As I read, I did feel as if Tobin was a little bit biased. Though his writing, I picked up that he was mostly for and with Hutchinson because she was female who voice should be vocalized equally to men. No matter what I believe think should have happened, he persuaded the reader with more indication that what Hutchinson was doing was good. Though to some, it could be a disgrace similarly to what the leaders felt at the time when Hutchinson was accusing
Bowlby, Harlow, and Ainsworth each had unique positions on infant attachment and adult relationships. All three researchers pointed out that children become attached or unattached depending on the amount and type of love and affection they receive from birth. Each had a different way of creating their study. Harlow used baby monkeys taken from their mothers and replacing mom with either a metal or a terry cloth covered mom. His studies showed that the babies sought the comfort of the terry cloth mom monkey no matter which mom fed them.
They could be your friends or they could be your family. Usually our good influences from family help us to push down influences from the outside world but new bad influences can creep ahead, overpower us, and lead us to terrible doom. Some people have been faced with this dilemma. We may not realize these impacts can be detrimental and damaging to us, but if we ever take the time to see, people around us encounter that. I recently noticed one such instance among my friends.
Not only us but many others too can imagine that most people would treat a sexual scandal with the case of a female politician involved differently from a case with a male politician involved. This is actually due to a theory called “Sexual Double Standards Theory” which says that a man involved in a sexual affairs gets more accepted within a society than a woman. Oliver, Shilby
There are several quotes included in this notebook that focus on resilience. For me, I myself find that quotes also help me when I feel like I want to give up. They’re inspirational and make people feel a lot better and sometimes they even make then want to pursue what they want or need and to keep going. It could make them realise that the the situation they are in right now is not the final destination and that they can change where they are. These quotes are motivational.
My thoughts after reading this chapter of the book are people can’t always rely on friends, and words can hurt more than actions. Friends are great companions, but they won’t always understand the situation and say things that were unintentionally offensive. In one of the scenarios, when the speaker runs late for a meeting with a friend, she calls them a “nappy-headed ho” (41). It might have been casual name calling for the friend, but the speaker feels troubled about how they should react. The friend wasn’t acting out of spite, but to the speaker, it had the same result: awkwardness and tenseness.
As a result, they have "disease of the vocabulary" ("SWEAR" 609). Where as someone of the higher class will have access to more resources and can choose when to use swear word to emphasis a point. Hayes’ article states that cursing is thought to be helpful in expressing strong emotion, in succinctly making a point, and in helping people to bond. Psycholinguists report that some curse words communicate emotion far better than non-curse words. Further, some argue that curse words can be beneficial to those who are trying to communicate a point.
Do you start acting differently when you are around certain people? This is based upon how much love you have for them. If you do not really like them, you would not necessarily tell them personal things, or even be nice to them. If you love them, you would get into deep conversations and talk about important things. F. Scott Fitzgerald shows this through Jay Gatsby, an important character in The Great Gatsby.
“A moment of silence is often helpful for the client to dive into his emotions and think about a specific topic or circumstances.” From what I have practiced this statement is correct but it is very difficult to accomplish this as a new coach. This might happen to me because of being nervous and doubtful of my own level of ability for coaching. I feel that I can have a tendency to talk and try and assume what the coachee must feel when I am nervous or to just fill a void of silence. I tried to stick to the model this occasionally I felt like the model was restricting the conversation. This model is best utilized with a light touch and as a source of perspective should you get stuck.
When in conversation with my peers and according to my transcript, the use of back channeling is significantly found with words such as ‘ah’, ‘um’, ‘yeah’, ‘sounds cool’ and ‘alright’. Perhaps, this allows the conversation to flow and continue as it causes the person to agree upon what the speaker is saying rather than interrupting to give opinions. It creates a comfortable conversation and encourages the speaker to say further and elaborate on what they are trying to convey. However, this makes me question to whether or not this is grammatically correct and is the right manner to speak in. Some people might find it offensive as back channeling may convey a tone of sarcasm and mocking of what the person is saying.