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FCSI unit 4

Family and Consumer Science

Body Language Sending messages through body movements.
Compromise An agreement in settling a conflict in which both sides agree to give up a little of what they wanted.
Conflict Resoulution The meditator uses negotation to get both sides to come to an agreement.
Nonverbal communication Sending and receiving messages without using words.
Consideration the thoughtful concern for other people's feelings and opinions
Conversation sharing ideas, thoughts, and feelings
Gossip talking about other people and their personal lives
Listening Skills the ability to hear and understand messages that are being characterized by usingn eye contact, positive body language, and positive feedback
relationships special bonds or links between people
Peer Pressure persuasion to conform to the group and go along with group activities
Prejudice an unfair or biased opinion based on false or insufficient information
stereotype a belief that an entire group of people fit into a fixed common pattern; they are alike in certain ways
verbal communication expressing ideas to others by using spoken words
Created by: dpilgrim24