5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Role Identity model
- Preventive Tactics
- One Up Messages
- Relational Culture
- a Messages that indicate a desire to take control or limit the action of others.
- b When two people develop common orientations and behaviors they guide members' perceptions of the world.
- c Trying to keep face loss form happening
- d A model that helps us decide which roles are most salient.
- e Lets us know when the sequence of communication begins.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The verbal and nonverbal behaviors we use during a performance
- Disciplinary style where the parents act like dictators.
- When there is a reward we are more motivated to take on a role.
- As infants we are biologically wired to find someone to keep us safe because we can't take care of ourselves.
- Participants feel out of control.
5 True/False questions
Accounts → We give excuses/stories that make us look less foolish
Authoritative → A disciplinary style that combines authoritarian and permissive to set rules and boundaries in a confirming way.
Ego → The part of your self that you are aware of
Disclaimers → Saying, "This might be totally wrong..." to avoid face loss
Attention → Non-skillful people use this to cope with a loss of face and to try and get it back.