Identity and Patterns of Communication. Based on Dimensions of Ethical Decision-Making; K. Mills-Stewart & A. Witter-Merithew, 2006 Ethics of Interpreting Seattle Central Community College Brenda Aron 2010. Human Nature & Personality.
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Based on Dimensions of Ethical Decision-Making; K. Mills-Stewart & A. Witter-Merithew, 2006
Ethics of Interpreting
Seattle Central Community College
Brenda Aron 2010
I. The Arena refers to the information that you and others both share.
II. The Blind Spot refers to the window showing things other people know about you, but which you do not know about yourself. It is sometimes called the “food in the tooth” window.
III. The Façade or Hidden Area contains things you are aware of and have not disclosed to others. It is information that you want to keep hidden; this is the “skeleton in the closet” window.
Known to Self
Not Known to Self
Not Known to Others