5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Impersonal Response
- Expression Given
- a Goffman referred to these as materials and individuals who assist us in giving a successful performance.
- b It's not a personal, meaningful response. Cold and cliched.
- c A state of alert and lively awareness involving active information processing and encouraging the creation of new categories and distinctions.
- d What I want you to see about me - the performance
- e Using jokes to alleviate face loss.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Effort spent in presenting face to others.
- Messages that indicate a desire to give in or relinquish one's freedom.
- Participants feel out of control.
- Actions designed to attract others.
- A state of reduced attention. The individual is trapped in categories devised in the past.
5 True/False Questions
Dismissing Parent → The "anything goes" parent who is totally indulgent. They let the child show emotions without boundaries.
Looking Glass Self → Cooley's theory that we see ourselves based on how other people see us
Permissive → Disciplinary style where the parents are over-indulging and very confirming. They say ok to everything and the child never learns boundaries.
Definition of the Situation → Everyone in a situation has their own definition of what's going on.
Face Threatening Acts → Behaviors that threaten the loss of face