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Submitted by kspiering on Tue, 04/19/2011 - 12:00am
Indirect aggression can be a result of the cultural conditioning of females to suppress "negative emotions" such as low self-esteem, competitiveness, anger, jealousy and fear. It manifests in behaviors like spreading lies and rumors, silence and withdrawal, refusal to make eye contact, snubbing and public humiliation with the ultimate goal of undermining the success or credibility of a female friend or coworker. http://www.theoakleafnews.com/news/srjc-lecture-tackle-female-indirect-aggression-1.2143160#
Submitted by kspiering on Sat, 01/22/2011 - 10:23am
By Nicole Burke On Tues., Nov. 9. Diana Ruiz, President and Founder of the Women's Global Leadership Initiative, and JoAnn Tyler, came to Sonoma State to give a presentation in Schulz 3001 titled, "The In's and Out's of Communicating Across Generations." Ruiz was traveling through Croatia in spring 2006, and decided to walk into a travel agency in the city of Rome to escape both the crowds and the heat. The following day she left Croatia knowing only that she would be traveling to two cities by the...