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    Redress as an adjective


    What does "redress" mean in the below sentence.
    Could one say that "on record" means "explicit" and "off-record" means "implicit"?

    The “indirect” and “on-record with redress” responses led to stronger perceptions of speaker composure and extroversion for members high in verbal aggression and the “off the record” strategy led to higher perceptions of extroversion and composure for members low in verbal aggression.


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    Re: Redress as an adjective

    It can be something else grammatically, but in the phrase "with redress" it must be a noun.

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