7.2.4 Using questions Questions can be used as a means both of persuasion and of control. Repeatedly telling an individual something that they are unwilling to accept is unlikely to get them to change their mind. It is better instead to ask carefully constructed questions that will lead him or her to realise the strength of your case and the weakness of their own. Asking questions gives the questioner more control over the conversation, forcing the other side to respond. Writing down a list of appropriate question
Questions can be used as a means both of persuasion and of control. Repeatedly telling an individual something that they are unwilling to accept is unlikely to get them to change their mind. It is better instead to ask carefully constructed questions that will lead him or her to realise the strength of your case and the weakness of their own. Asking questions gives the questioner more control over the conversation, forcing the other side to respond. Writing down a list of appropriate question
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Protein interaction networks - Prof. Yin Liu
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"Understanding Lasers and Fiberoptics, Spring 2008"
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Learn about Acacia Trees
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Bighorn sheep running away in Lower Snake River District of Idaho
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Bee inside flower retrieving nectar
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Singing Fingers HD App for iPad
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An introduction to the concept of and issues involved in Cooperative Problem Solving.
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This site serves as a portal to American Indian/Alaska Native health and other informational resources. Topics of interest include education, training, government, health news, grants, projects, funding, and eHealth information.
Students learn a simple technique for quantifying the amount of photosynthesis that occurs in a given period of time, using a common water plant (Elodea). They can use this technique to compare the amounts of photosynthesis that occur under conditions of low and high light levels. Before they begin the experiment, however, students must come up with a well-worded hypothesis to be tested. After running the experiment, students pool their data to get a large sample size, determine the measures of
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We often think of legs when we think of animal movement. Of course, many organisms, from insects to mammals, move by way of legs. However, many organisms create movement in other ways.
Sustainable Tourism Certification
A lecture on sustainable tourism
NASA's Discovery Launch Dress Rehearsal
The Discovery astronauts train at Kennedy for the upcoming STS-124 mission. For more information see: http://www.nasa.gov
Snow Cover over North America during the Winter of 2001-2002 (WMS)
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