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How Communication Builds Identity as Illustrated in the Presentation Communication Scenarios
This week DB 2, I attached file, Book review for bridges, not walls
In the past, the view of your identity has been that individuality comes first and then you interact to form social groups. Many of the readings in Chapter 3 of Bridges Not Walls present a different view. Define identity and discuss how communication builds identity as illustrated in the presentation communication scenarios. Be specific in utilizing theories and terminology from the text.
Burley-Allen, M. (1995). Listening: The forgotten skill. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Stewart, J. (2012). Bridges not walls: A book about interpersonal communication. New York,
Petersen. (2015) Why Don’t We Listen Better?
Discussion Board Forum 2 Student`s Name Institutional Affiliation Discussion Forum Board 2 Identity is the state of being the same under varying conditions. It refers to the conception, beliefs, qualities and expressions that make an individual or group. An individual is defined by his/her qualities, beliefs and character which define his/her identity. Identity can be used for personal qualities that cannot be