Unit 4222-301 promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings outcome 1 be able to understand why effective communication is important in the work setting 11 identify the different reasons people communicate to express needs, share ideas and information, give reassurance, express feelings, build relationships, socialize, ask questions and share experiences.
When i act, it feels so fake like i'm betraying/lying to myself, but i don't have to think of it this way perhaps being a social chameleon is a survival mechanism it's like acting in different situations actors, actresses, spies make a living out of it, but businessmen and diplomats also use it to some extent. How do you use language differently in various social situations for example, you speak differently with your friends than you do with your family or in your work environment why do we do this in what ways do we change the way we communicate in order we have different “social codes” for different settings i would not use the same.
Do you speak differently in different situations do you use different words, expressions or put on different accent with your family, friends, neighbours, at work etc or do you always sounds the same.
This is why people who grew up together and live in the same community have the same accent it sounds like you have a talent for emulating an accent a talent i envy i speak dutch with a foreign accent and it is a talent it is not a threat to your true voice or your identity and in fact, we all behave differently in different contexts.
When people are around their friends or family, they tend to speak more casual and about different topics than they would if they were speaking to someone in a more professional setting i think they reason that people speak about different topics is because of two reasons.
One of the ways in which the speaker would do this in such a situation is a decrease in slang or taboo language when speaking to someone of a similar class, a person of a lower class would be more likely to speak slang words and abbreviations rather than using fuller versions of words.