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Symmetrical and asymmetrical dialogues

Discussion in 'Personal' started by anon3372, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. hmmm, does nobody know what I mean?
    symmetrical would be e.g. a meeting between colleagues all of the same rank, or a get together of friends in the pub
    asymmetrical would be e.g. a job interview, a PD discussion between boss and employee or a discussion between parent and young child.
    Ring any bells?

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