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Advocacy and inquiry are two key communication behaviours with critical implications for interpersonal, group and organizational effectiveness. Advocacy refers to stating one's views; inquiry refers to asking questions. This entry discusses the features of both productive and unproductive advocacy and inquiry, how the quality and balance of these two behaviours affects learning, and the relevance of ...

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