5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Double Bind
- Power Assertion
- a Similar to the authoritarian style, refers to parents who believe that they should be in complete control and demand compliance without explanation.
- b Lets us know when the sequence of communication begins.
- c The adult who wants intimacy but is afraid of it - they pursue it and run away.
- d A situation where there is no correct response.
- e Using jokes to alleviate face loss.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Goffman referred to these as materials and individuals who assist us in giving a successful performance.
- The child develops a secure base with a care-giver who is consistent and reliable in meeting the child's needs.
- A theory that explains how children learn to mimic behaviors and roles by observing other people.
- Disciplinary style where the parents act like dictators.
- Parent briefly acknowledges the child and changes the subject.
5 True/False questions
Motivation → When there is a reward we are more motivated to take on a role.
Relational Messages → Cues that tell us what sort of message a content message is.
Spiral → Goffman referred to these as materials and individuals who assist us in giving a successful performance.
Disclaimers → Saying, "This might be totally wrong..." to avoid face loss
One Up Messages → Messages that indicate a desire to take control or limit the action of others.