Sir David Cannadine (2013, as cited in Jandt): There are six main forms of regulators of social networks of human life: religion, nation, class, gender, race, and civilization.
Choose one of the regulators of identity mentioned in Jandt Chapter 1 (see Jandt text, lecture notes and watch Dr. Glendas Lecture 1 on YouTube). https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoVdljct4REgnchsA8qzB6Q
Explain how this regulator affects your communication with others in two/three main ways.
Support your explanations using the concepts and ideas in Unit 1 in addition to (at least) two other academic sources of your own choice (e.g., a book, a book chapter, or a journal article).
Give examples from your own life in support of your explanations.
Consider how your communication varies depending on who you are interacting with as well as the medium you are using during the communication process.
Follow a typical essay organization (i.e., introduction, body, and conclusion), and give an appropriate title to your essay.
Your paper MUST be typed using the following formatting
Length: 2 pages
Line spacing: single
Font: Times New Roman
Font size: 12-point
Space between paragraph: 1 line
Alignment: Both sides aligned
Margins: 1 margins of 1 on all sides (Normal)
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