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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Apologies
  2. Affinity Seeking Behavior
  3. Confirming Messages
  4. Permissive
  5. Dismissive
  1. a Disciplinary style where the parents are over-indulging and very confirming. They say ok to everything and the child never learns boundaries.
  2. b Messages that help maintain a child's face and help when face is lost.
  3. c After confirmation of face loss apologies are how people get face back socially
  4. d Actions designed to attract others.
  5. e The adult who doesn't want anything to do with relationships. They only trust themselves.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. When two people develop common orientations and behaviors they guide members' perceptions of the world.
  2. Letting others know that the roles we are playing do not completely define us.
  3. The adult who wants intimacy but is afraid of it - they pursue it and run away.
  4. It asserts that people develop their attitudes by observing their behavior and concluding what attitudes must have caused them.
  5. When the actions of each party intensify the actions of the other.

5 True/False questions

  1. Personal FrontThe child organizes information - building models of which behaviors lead to good and bad things. They symbolically rehearse the role.

          

  2. Person Centered MessagesConsist of what is actually said about a topic.

          

  3. HumorGoffman referred to these as materials and individuals who assist us in giving a successful performance.

          

  4. Incongruous ResponseIt's not a personal, meaningful response. Cold and cliched.

          

  5. MotivationA social label that tells people who we are, what our duties and rights are, and where we stand in comparison to others.

          

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