5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Tangential Response
- Face Work
- a Parent briefly acknowledges the child and changes the subject.
- b Disciplinary style where the parents act like dictators.
- c Effort spent in presenting face to others.
- d The behavior in which one person copies another person usually while in social interaction with them.
- e The child organizes information - building models of which behaviors lead to good and bad things. They symbolically rehearse the role.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The things we take with us when we go to different settings.
- It asserts that people develop their attitudes by observing their behavior and concluding what attitudes must have caused them.
- Focuses on the specific ways that people manage and save face using communication.
- A model that helps us decide which roles are most salient.
- The person who is neurotic and anxious and always needs to have a girlfriend. They get nervous at any sign of a break-up.
5 True/False Questions
Unwanted Repetitive Patterns → Trying to keep face loss form happening
Corrective Tactics → Trying to correct face loss after it has happened.
Position → After confirmation of face loss apologies are how people get face back socially
Separation and Individuation → Everyone in a situation has their own definition of what's going on.
Appeal for Suspended Judgment → The period where teenagers distance themselves from their parents to develop an individual identity apart from the family structure.