direct language

Love Across Cultures: A Comparative Study of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication of Affection in Text Messages Among American and East Asian College Students

Yoonhye Kim, Yuka Tanaka, Asaka Minami, Eugene Jo, Zivana Ongko Have you ever wondered why a simple text message can be interpreted differently by people from different cultures? We were curious about how cultural differences affect communication in romantic relationships and identify the causes of miscommunication among people from different cultural backgrounds. This study compares […]

, , , , ,

Love Across Cultures: A Comparative Study of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication of Affection in Text Messages Among American and East Asian College Students Read Post »

Click, Swipe, Connect: Flirting Directly and Indirectly through Online Mediums and In-Person Interactions

Natasha Motamed, Sasha Bok, Angelica Limoanco, Ashley Lopez Does the medium in which you flirt with someone change your flirting style? Are you more likely to use direct language such as complimenting when trying to flirt online versus in-person, or are you more likely to use a pick-up line? The following research project will investigate

, , , , ,

Click, Swipe, Connect: Flirting Directly and Indirectly through Online Mediums and In-Person Interactions Read Post »

Differences In Sociolinguistics Among Genders In College

Kevin Adelpour, Shaylee Omrani, Ronnen Mizrahi,  Justin Azizian Studies in sociolinguistics have revealed that there are many ways in which the relationship between language and gender varies, including the relationship between politeness and language style. Without looking deeper into the facts, members of society can draw the conclusion that it is more common for masculine

, , ,

Differences In Sociolinguistics Among Genders In College Read Post »

css.php
Scroll to Top