A Highly Unlikely Scenario Analysis
together. The brazen head was also an example of communication too. Everybody could basically get their answers from it in a weird way. It was like a version of google that helped them.
For the three sources I found for this assignment, I used Studies of Language, Thought and Verbal Communication by Rommevelt Blakar, which was my book source, Where is the “message” in communication models by Raymond Gazzi as my academic scholarly journal source, and The Seven Challenges Communication Skills Workbook A website created by Rivers, Dennis., Anderson, Kare, Rosenberg, Marshall, Ornish, Dean, Kegan, Robert, and Wesley, Addison as my online web source.
Studies of Language, Thought and Verbal Communication, I considered it a credible source for research because throughout the whole book, the author made it based on communication. For example, when Isaac the blind told Leonard to go to library to meet Sally, and drink water because he’ll then supposedly “marry” her, Leonard was all excited about that. But when he gets there, Sally doesn’t like him, and wants nothing to do with him. As we kept reading though, the two of them got along really well and became good friends. There is a section in the book that says “through our use of language we indicate our attitudes and feelings towards that which we talk about, and this is again reflected back upon us and tells about ourselves (Blakar 137). This relates to A Highly Unlikely Scenario because it shows that Leonard and Sally had…