Dialogue About Opinion And Agreement

Posted on December 7, 2020

Dialog 3 Abi: So… What is your salary for this job? Bio: I expect it in accordance with my experience and my abilities. Abi: Why don`t you tell me how much it is? Bio: I`m expecting $10,100. Abi: What if you were offered this job for only $7, 000? Bio: I`m afraid to refuse if I think I have years of experience in this field. Abi: You know your value, and I respect you for that. Teacher: Tomorrow students!. I see too much room in the classroom wall. Please don`t write anything on it. The classroom looks so dirty. Rino: Some of us write a word or line on it, sir. Professor: Oh, that`s not it anymore! Do you agree if we repaint this classroom? Bina: I agree. The class becomes more colorful. Professor: What color do you like? Inda: I thingk that orange will fit our mind.

Cleo: Orange? I don`t think so. In my opinion, the blue will be more impressive. Teacher: That`s enough, student! We choose blue on one side, but on the other side, it is pink. Do you agree? Rino, Bina, Inda, Kleo: We agree, sir! Questions such as “What do you think?” also helps the other person to feel open to discussion and to take care of their opinions. All right. I am not sure. You are not our responsibility. Agreeing is not an individual`s autonomous state of mind: it is a behavioral event that necessarily involves an interaction that requires at least two actors and a subject. It appears as a reflection on the veracity of a statement, from a point of view or an opinion and can develop under at least two conditions: (a) during the interaction, the actors recognize that they share the same point of view independently of each other, or (b) one or more of the actors are convinced of the argument of the other actors.

The unification process takes different forms, depending on these two different conditions: if actors A and B share the same point of view independently, actor B`s agreement usually follows a statement or elaboration by Actor A as backchannel of some type (as yes, indeed!). If Actor B is convinced by Actor A of the veracity of a given point of view, actor B`s act of consent may follow a question or request from Actor A (as.B. How do you feel about that? or do you vote?), but other scenarios (such as those involving non-verbal events or pauses, virtually anything that leads to a change of turn) are also possible.

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