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Journalism & Communication
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Name Date Professor’s Name Course Section/# Miscommunication: An Analysis of Familial Miscommunication as a Function of ESL Constraints Growing up, it was this author’s experience that miscommunication was a fixture of everyday life. Rather than merely being something that affected me on an occasional basis, miscommunication as a function of misunderstanding and a lack of correlation between implied levels of meaning worked to complicate the way I understood and interacted with family members.
Although this was not the norm, it happened to a large enough extent during my early childhood and adolescence to be a defining characteristic of my life as it related to living at home with my father. Although this brief analysis will point out specific instances in which the aforementioned factors have worked to provide situations in which miscommunication broke down and implied levels of meaning were unable to be successfully conveyed, it should be clearly understood by the reader that this is not meant to cast any type of aspersion onto the character of my father or exhibit any type of intellectual or developmental shortcoming that he may have experienced (Sweeney et al 2010). ...
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