Subjectivity

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  • The act of shaping ourselves as individuals and the subsequent ability to interact in the world. Subjectivity is determined by the processing of individuals, which is shaped by personal experience. Moreover, it can be reflected in one's decisions to adhere to social rules. Key elements that form one's subjectivity include gender, race, and class. Subjectivity is often discussed in relation to agency, the exertion of will to shape one's own world. Individuals' subjectivity, then, is crucial to the presentation and development of their mode of communication, as well as the potential for argumentativeness, articulation, attitude, avoidance, defensiveness, and oral style.

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