5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a Disciplinary style where the parents act like dictators.
- b Goffman referred to these as materials and individuals who assist us in giving a successful performance.
- c A social label that tells people who we are, what our duties and rights are, and where we stand in comparison to others.
- d They are LEARNED, GENERAL, AFFECT OUR IDENTITIES, and we have MULTIPLE.
- e Child starts to become more conscious of making the role authentic.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Cues that tell us what sort of message a content message is.
- Participants feel out of control.
- When other people support our role performances, they become more salient.
- The verbal and nonverbal behaviors we use during a performance
- Men are more reluctant to use them than women.
5 True/False questions
Secure Attachment → The child develops a secure base with a care-giver who is consistent and reliable in meeting the child's needs.
Face Maintenance → Keeping your positive face alive
Communication Theory of Identity → Helps explain how identity influences the development of close relationships after first impressions are made.
Attachment Theory → Your experiences with your care-giver in the first two years of life set you up for patterns of security and insecurity in relationships.
Disapproving Parent → Wanting to be seen as in control of your life but you actually don't have total freedom.