5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Impervious Response
- Bem's Self Perception Theory
- Incongruous Response
- a It asserts that people develop their attitudes by observing their behavior and concluding what attitudes must have caused them.
- b Roles become salient based on how much we invest in them.
- c When your parent does not acknowledge your prosperous activity.
- d When what the parents say doesn't match up with their non-verbals.
- e A type of corrective tactic where you see someone lose face and you try and avoid them
5 Multiple choice questions
- A number of different roles you play (Student, Son, Friend, Teammate, Employee, etc.)
- The part of yourself that you are hiding. It represents the parts of ourselves that other people have told us are wrong.
- After confirmation of face loss apologies are how people get face back socially
- Messages that indicate a desire to take control or limit the action of others.
- Trying to keep face loss form happening
5 True/False questions
Altercasting → A child notices a behavior and the consequences
Positive Face → The smallest unit to carry relational meaning, it is two acts in sequence.
Permissive → A social label that tells people who we are, what our duties and rights are, and where we stand in comparison to others.
Roles → The part of the self presented to others for their approval.
Expression Given → What a performer does unintentionally to give the audience a glimpse of what's going on inside their head.