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Subject: Writing

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What is the purpose of a thesis statement?

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To serve as a roadmap for a paper that guides the reader toward the central argument the paper makes that will be supported with researched evidence in the body of the paper.

Subject: Gender Studies

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What does intersectionality of identity have to do with gender studies?

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It is the concept in gender studies that our identities are composed of more than one facet of our characteristic. It is the concept that our identities are composed by an intersection of all our individual characteristics such as age, ableism, religious affiliation, sex, sexual orientation, race, economic status, etc.

Subject: Communication

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Which communications concept is responsible for interference between two messengers in interpersonal communication?

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Noise. Noise obstructs the process of transmitting a message to an encoding partner who then decodes it based on the information given. If there is a lot of noise interference then it can potentially cause a misinterpretation of the message trying to be communicated. This would perhaps occur in such a venue as a local concert where two friends are trying to speak to one another in a sea of people.

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