If men are bothered they always try to get isolated. In the other hand women have tendency to discuss their problems and issues they face. A woman normally ask question when the men starts behaving differently where as the man usually will get irritated by the woman 's inquiries when he tries to get alone and face with his stress by himself. In addition the book extends with how to inspire the opposite sex. Dr. Gray reveals about how men feel motivated when are needed, while women feel motivated when they feel appreciated.
Socio-linguist Deborah Tannen demonstrates how men and women communicate differently in her essay “Sex, Lies and Conversation: Why Is It So Hard for Men and Women to Talk to Each Other?” In her observations of communication styles, she discusses the way in which men and women communicate leads them to conflict because they have different understanding of their partners’ role. She also explains male and female communication differences not only cause ineffective conversation, but also push couples into a dilemma in their relationship; however, as men and women better understand the differences, their relationship improves. In the first part of her essay, Tannen discusses men and women do not have enough effective communication, which damages their marriage. Tannen illustrates a small talk that gathers men and women. During chatting, one woman is quiet, but her husband is talkative.
In the play, however, there were many instances where the male characters showed more ‘feminine’ traits then the women. For example, a man is suppose to be in control of himself and be rational, but Tybalt has shown many times over that he does not think of the consequences of his actions, and would
She states young girls exchange their secrets to establish friendship; women maintain friendship by sharing their life stories and expressing feelings. In addition, women expect their husbands to become listeners as their best friends do. According to Tannen, “For women, as for girls, intimacy is the fabric of relationships, and talk is the thread from which it is woven” (264). Women consider talking create closeness whether in a friendship or relationship. In contrast, boys prefer physical activities to oral communication for friendship.
Combining humor and sarcasm "The Ugly Truth about Beauty" written by Dave Barry drags us into an analysis of the differences between female and male perceptions of beauty. The author begins by admitting how men may be easily overwhelmed by a woman's question about her appearance, to the point of inventing ridiculous situations to avoid answering the question. Barry finds himself debating that the principal cause of the problem is how women think they look vs. how men perceive themselves. He analyzes how some men think they are extremely attractive as "irresistible stud muffins” (“Ugly Truth about Beauty”). In contrast, women deny being attractive, and even, when they think of herself, an expression of rejection and disgust comes along: “woof”
One of the reasons that men and women differ in their use of nonverbal communication is that their reasons for communicating are often different, according to John Gray, author of the best-seller "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus." Men generally communicate to transmit information and solve specific problems, while women usually use communication to express feelings and achieve emotional intimacy. Consequently, women tend to use nonverbal communication more than men. Skill Women are better than men at interpreting nonverbal signal, according to the website Body Language Expert. They are also better at reading unintentional nonverbal messages, such as signals of deception.
Men tend uses large nouns, words and more bad words. We as women uses more verbs, and personal pronouns. We all see in life experiences how different we are from one another but for some reason it works when we come together. I believe that men and women are opposite but attracts. My husband and I are night and day but this marriage works because we don’t give
In general, time frames often distinguish the attitudes between men and women, resulting in a lack of ethical paradigms of justice. Women quite often lived under their husband's rule, constantly being hindered. In many cases, females were not considered significant in societal matters. Furthermore, there was a lack of caring towards them, and women were more so looked upon as jaded and less consequential. A masculinist might ponder the thoughts that females deserve neglectful behaviour, lacking the comprehension of equality.
In accordance, Holmes (1995) explains also the way language is used by males is different from that of females : Most women enjoy talking and regard talking as an important means of keeping in touch, especially with friends and intimates. They use language to establish, nurture and develop personal relationships. Men tend to see language more as a tool for obtaining and conveying information (p.2). Moreover, men and women tend to use offensive language differently in a mixed _company.This is reiterated by Coates (2004), who mentions Gomm’s research (1981) in her book which shows that “ both men and women swear more in the company of their own sex and male usage of swear words in particular drops dramatically in a mixed_ sex conversations ” (p.97). In general, males use weaker expletives in the presence of females and they tend to use them sometimes as a strategy to dominate during mixed_gender interaction.
This social climate and the standards that exist within influence these storytellers, making their perspectives biased. A problem arises when these stories that include women are being told from a male perspective, especially during this time period, when the forced silence and compliance of women let men assume and write what they wanted to about women. This is shown in the warped perceptions that men, like the Reeve, had of women. Instead of being seen as actual humans, women are made to seem like sexual objects, evident in how the Reeve describes Malyne as one would describe cattle, how Nicholas approaches Alison, and how Alan and John treat the women in the Reeve’s Tale. From the viewpoint of these characters, love is impractical when their final goal is to sleep with the women that they see as objects for their pleasure.
The reading, on the other hand, focused on the marriage and how men view the fault of women being, “shrewish, vengeful nagging” leading to men being unhappy in marriage. Furthermore, she quotes Theophrastus who claims that men should not marry for women are trouble, only gossip, and lack affection. She goes against this opinion by claiming that it is men who dominate women and what has been written about wives are false. However, she still says that marriage is good because there are men who are kind and love each other thus, women should be grateful. In the other reading, Lancelot by Chretien de Troys is an Arthurian poem about the story of Lancelot expressing knightly rightness to free the Queen from Melegant.