My inquiry question: Is being an introvert or extrovert better?
In blog post #1, I think 50% of people are introverted and the other half extroverted. I consider myself an introvert, but once you get to know me more or become friends I become extroverted. In my post before, people commented how they would consider themselves in the middle or is introverted, but become extroverted once they get familiar with people.
The main section I will research is: How do we become introverted or extroverted?
To answer the questions I received I’ll be researching:
-Does this affect the way you interact with people?
This is the first answer I will research. My peers were wondering if it affects the way you communicate with people. I think it is an important question to answer,
-How does society take in introverts and extroverts?
How do people judge these traits? Do people treat introverts or extroverts differently? From my own experience, I think people want to become friends with extroverts or feel comfortable around them. I feel that people assume that introverts are just silent people, but sometimes that’s not the case, once you get to know one they can become the loudest! As I’m not fully sure what society thinks, I’ll be researching this section.
-What is an ambivert?
This is also a new thing to learn for me. I don’t think many people know what this is, but an ambivert is between an introvert and an extrovert. I will research what similarities an ambivert has with an introvert and an extrovert.
These are the websites I’ll use:
I hope I’ll be able to fully comprehend my answer to my inquiry question!