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SummaryDeborah Tannen is a famous Sociologist from USA, she is 69 years old and still alive, born June 7, 1945.
BiographyDeborah Frances Tannen (born in Brooklyn, New York), is an American professor of sociolinguistics and author. She has written in addition to scientific works several best-selling popular science books on linguistics and communication. She has also written poetry, drama and essäistik.
She graduated in 1966 his first degree (BA) at the State University of New York, Binghamton. Since 1970 she graduated its first master's degree at Wayne State University. After she graduated in 1976 an additional master's degree and finally in 1979 a doctorate (Ph.D.), University of California, Berkeley.
She received in 1990 his popular scientific breakthroughs of the book You Just Do not Understand. It was eight months, the number one best-selling fiction book on the New York Times bestseller list and was translated into 29 languages.
Zodiac etc.She is born under the zodiac gemini, who is known for Communication, Indecision, Inquisitive, Intelligent, Changeable. Our collection contains 8 quotes who is written / told by Deborah, under the main topics: Power, Women.
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Source / external links:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deborah_Tannen
Famous quotes by Deborah Tannen (8)
"We all know we are unique individuals, but we tend to see others as representatives of groups"
"The biggest mistake is believing there is one right way to listen, to talk, to have a conversation - or a relationship"
"For most women, the language of conversation is primarily a language of rapport: a way of establishing connections and negotiating relationships"
"Communication is a continual balancing act, juggling the conflicting needs for intimacy and independence. To survive in the world, we have to act in concert with others, but to survive as ourselves, rather than simply as cogs in a wheel, we have to act alone"
"We tend to look through language and not realize how much power language has"