Ambiguity In Communications
Reverend Kacela recently posted on KRWG and will be going on the air soon to discuss Ambiguity in Communications. Here is an excerpt.
Ambiguity is a hallmark of American speech today. People ask questions when they might speak clearly. They don’t respond directly. When someone needs something done, they typically ask a tentative question. Avoidance leaves people guessing about others’ intent. Read the entire article here https://www.krwg.org/post/ambiguity-modern-communications.