Gender grammar and social media
POSTED: Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 6:48pm
UPDATED: Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 8:27pm
Tyler, Tx — You might have noticed when it comes to social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, and text messaging, men simply send short, more abrupt messages.
Many women have been there before. You send a message to a male, whether it is a husband or a brother, and they reply with either an abbreviation of simply just a letter.
Most women have been known to be offended by these short responses, but researchers say this might just be men's wiring.
A recently study asked a group of men and women a series of indentical questions, but from the answers you would have thought they were completely different.
Lisa Veatch of L2 Marketing tells KETK, advertisers have taken notice to these differences in communication, saying, "It's just strictly business, they tend to delete and edit and abbreviate. I'm not really sure we're definitely wired differently. We're emotional, touchy, feely and they're just not most often. If I have a conversation with a client who is president of a company there is a polite factor there, on"