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Interpersonal Communication Theories
Cues Filtered Out Theory
Social Information Processing Theory
Media Richness Theory
Communibiological Approach Theory
theory that suggests that communication of emotions is restri…
theory that believes that emotional and relationship messages…
theory that identifies the richness of a communication medium…
theory/perspective that suggests that genetic and biological…
Cues Filtered Out Theory
theory that suggests that communication of emotions is restri…
Social Information Processing Theory
theory that believes that emotional and relationship messages…
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Interpersonal Communication Theories
Expectancy Violations Theory
Compensate
Reciprocate
Social Exchange Theory
- Personal distance has an effect on our interactions. If som…
Avoid
Go along with; positive
- We seek out people who offer us the greatest rewards and le…
Expectancy Violations Theory
- Personal distance has an effect on our interactions. If som…
Compensate
Avoid
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Priming theories and interpersonal communication
Priming... Ex. After seeing the word DOCT…
Embedded images
sub-audile messages
Electronically altered signals
temporary increase in the accessibility of a concept in memor…
pictures or words that are hidden or flashed quickly in a 100…
sounds or words that are too faint to be heard or are played…
backward masking and other voice alternations
Priming... Ex. After seeing the word DOCT…
temporary increase in the accessibility of a concept in memor…
Embedded images
pictures or words that are hidden or flashed quickly in a 100…
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Interpersonal Communication Theory
why do people meet and talk
prepositions about communication
communication is functional
ensuring message quality
proximity, appearance, utility, loneliness
you cannot not communicate, meanings are in people, communica…
giving/receiving information, persuading/influencing, affinit…
organize message, use redundancy, focus on schemas, ask quest…
why do people meet and talk
proximity, appearance, utility, loneliness
prepositions about communication
you cannot not communicate, meanings are in people, communica…
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Interpersonal Communication Theory - Vocabulary
Fear Appeals
WIIFT (what's in it for them)
Foot in the Door
Door in the Face
method of manipulating a message that has to be believable, h…
method of manipulating a message that considers the opposing…
method of organizing a message that works up from small reque…
method of organizing a message that works down from large req…
Fear Appeals
method of manipulating a message that has to be believable, h…
WIIFT (what's in it for them)
method of manipulating a message that considers the opposing…
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interpersonal communication theory midterm
Centrality of Communication
Why people meet and talk
Why we say what we say
Levels of predictions
People judge us by our communication... Communication is how we…
Proximity... Appearance... Utility... Loneliness
Managing an impression... Reduce uncertainty by making predictions
Cultural... Sociological... Interpersonal
Centrality of Communication
People judge us by our communication... Communication is how we…
Why people meet and talk
Proximity... Appearance... Utility... Loneliness
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Interpersonal Communication and Theory/Research
What is Communication?
Interpersonal Comn Quantitative
Interpersonal Comn Qualitative
"Communicating and Interpersonal Commu…
"the continuous, complex, collaborative process of verbal and…
-INTERpersonal... -by the # of people in the group, typically 2
-InterPERSONAL... -the personal interaction-the number of people…
-people talk and listen that maximize the persona; focusing o…
What is Communication?
"the continuous, complex, collaborative process of verbal and…
Interpersonal Comn Quantitative
-INTERpersonal... -by the # of people in the group, typically 2
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Interpersonal Communication Theory Final
Extraordinary Qualifiers
Esoteric Qualifiers
Innocuous Opener
Flippant Opener
Something no on has that is impressive. Ex) Olympic medal.
Something that very few people know, but those who do know it…
A subtle pick up. Ex) Can you pass me that drink?
Very cheesy or sometimes inappropriate or offensive. Ex) Did…
Extraordinary Qualifiers
Something no on has that is impressive. Ex) Olympic medal.
Esoteric Qualifiers
Something that very few people know, but those who do know it…
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Interpersonal Communication Theories
symbolic interaction
Symbolic Interactionism
3 core principles of symbolic interact…
minding
ongoing use of language and gestures in anticipation of how t…
Mead; more interpretive- socio-cultural
language, meaning, and thinking
inner dialogue used to test alternatives, rehearse actions, a…
symbolic interaction
ongoing use of language and gestures in anticipation of how t…
Symbolic Interactionism
Mead; more interpretive- socio-cultural
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Interpersonal Communication Theories
Impression Formation Heuristics
Definition and Types of Attribution
Attribution Biases and Explanations fo…
Assumptions of Uncertainty Reduction T…
Availability Heuristic- we tend to make inferences on limited…
Attribution- refers to the construction of casual explanation…
Fundamental Attribution Error- when observers explain another…
Initial interactions give rise to two types of uncertainty in…
Impression Formation Heuristics
Availability Heuristic- we tend to make inferences on limited…
Definition and Types of Attribution
Attribution- refers to the construction of casual explanation…
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CMS316 Interpersonal Communication Theory
3 Types of Opening Lines
Shyness
Dispositional Shyness
Situational Shyness
1. Innocuous (ex. Can you pass me that drink) 2. Flippant (co…
an individuals discomfort and or inhibition in interpersonal…
Part of your personality
Specific environmental circumstances that develop feelings, p…
3 Types of Opening Lines
1. Innocuous (ex. Can you pass me that drink) 2. Flippant (co…
Shyness
an individuals discomfort and or inhibition in interpersonal…
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Interpersonal Communication Theory Final - Lecture
extraordinary aspects
esoteric aspects
innocuous opener
flippant opener
not many have but all admire
only a small group of people admire
asking for service/favor
bad pick up line
extraordinary aspects
not many have but all admire
esoteric aspects
only a small group of people admire
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Interpersonal Communication Theory Final - Book
Ch. 7 Love Styles
love of beauty
playful love
companionate love
...
all about physical attraction
about game of love
get along well, friendship love (not romantic)
Ch. 7 Love Styles
...
love of beauty
all about physical attraction
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Interpersonal Communication Theory Final - Lecture
extraordinary qualifiers of pick-ups
esoteric qualifiers of pick-ups
innocuous opener
flippant opener
not many have but all admire
only a small group of people admire
asking for service/favor
bad pick up line
extraordinary qualifiers of pick-ups
not many have but all admire
esoteric qualifiers of pick-ups
only a small group of people admire
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Interpersonal Communication Theory Final - Book
love of beauty
playful love
companionate love
obsessive love
passionate and intense
play the game
patient
drama queens
love of beauty
passionate and intense
playful love
play the game
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Chapter 7: Theories of Interpersonal Communication
face management
face
facework
positive face need
face is central coordinated and continued flow of interaction
our public self image or the image of ourselves that we portr…
the supporting and maintaining of our own and others publicly…
desire to to be valued and included by others whom we care ab…
face management
face is central coordinated and continued flow of interaction
face
our public self image or the image of ourselves that we portr…
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Interpersonal Communication Theory Test 1
centrality of communication
communication makes us happier and hea…
talk matters
importance of first exchange
people judge us by communication... accomplish everything throug…
low interaction reduces immunities and is equivalent to smoki…
children whose families spoke more words to them had a higher…
how we talk and what we talk about matters so immensely from…
centrality of communication
people judge us by communication... accomplish everything throug…
communication makes us happier and hea…
low interaction reduces immunities and is equivalent to smoki…
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Interpersonal Communications Theory TEST 2
Cognitive Theory 1:
what are the two routes to the Elabora…
what does elaboration equal or same as
What is the receiver focused model
Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM)
Central ... Peripheral
issue relevant thinking
Elaboration likelihood model
Cognitive Theory 1:
Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM)
what are the two routes to the Elabora…
Central ... Peripheral
Chapter 6 Theories of Interpersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Assumptions of Interpersonal Communica…
Self-Disclosure
Social Learning Theory
2 or more people, face to face, exchanging messages. pg 48
People are interdependent/interlocked... People use/break rules…
Through this relationships progress through quantity (# of sh…
(Albert Bandura)... Social learning views people as capable of s…
Interpersonal Communication
2 or more people, face to face, exchanging messages. pg 48
Assumptions of Interpersonal Communica…
People are interdependent/interlocked... People use/break rules…
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Chapter 7: Theories of Interpersonal Communication
face
face management
facework
corrective facework
our public self-image, the image of ourselves we portray duri…
theorists believe face is central to coordinating and continu…
the act of supporting and maintaining our face and that of ot…
trying to restore face loss
face
our public self-image, the image of ourselves we portray duri…
face management
theorists believe face is central to coordinating and continu…
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interpersonal communication theories part 2
mind self society theory
self fulfilling prophecy
looking-glass self
participant observation
describes how language is essential for these 3 human charact…
the tendency for our expectations to evoke responses that con…
the mental self-image that results from taking the role of th…
a method of adopting the stance of an ignorant yet interested…
mind self society theory
describes how language is essential for these 3 human charact…
self fulfilling prophecy
the tendency for our expectations to evoke responses that con…
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Interpersonal Relationship Stages, Theories, and Communication
6 Stages of Relationships
contact
involvement
intimacy
1. Contact ... 2. Involvement ... 3. Intimacy ... 4. Deterioration ... 5.…
perceptual contact- you see, hear, read a message from, view…
- sense of mutuality of being connected develops ... ex. "where…
you commit yourself still further to the other persona and es…
6 Stages of Relationships
1. Contact ... 2. Involvement ... 3. Intimacy ... 4. Deterioration ... 5.…
contact
perceptual contact- you see, hear, read a message from, view…
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Interpersonal Communication Exam #2 - Theories
Founded the Uncertainty Reduction Theory
Uncertainty Reduction Theory
Theory of Uncertainty Management
Theory of Motivated Information Manage…
Berger & Calabrese
the driving force in initial interaction is to obtain informa…
emphasizes 1) the meaning and experience of the uncertainty 2…
A focus on actual vs desired levels of uncertainty
Founded the Uncertainty Reduction Theory
Berger & Calabrese
Uncertainty Reduction Theory
the driving force in initial interaction is to obtain informa…
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Interpersonal Communications
Communication
Communication Concepts
Relational Process
Messages
the process through which people use messages to generate mea…
5 key concepts:... -process (relational)... -messages... -context... -cha…
a series of steps or actions that leads to an end
a package of information that is transported during communica…
Communication
the process through which people use messages to generate mea…
Communication Concepts
5 key concepts:... -process (relational)... -messages... -context... -cha…
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Comm Theory Exam 2: Interpersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication:
Types of Interpersonal Theories
Politeness Theory
Politeness Theory Assumptions
messages between two, interdependent persons, with a focus on…
o Politeness Theory... o Social Exchange Theory... o Dialectical Pe…
Explains how we manage our own and others' identities through…
o all individuals are concerned with maintaining face ... o We h…
Interpersonal Communication:
messages between two, interdependent persons, with a focus on…
Types of Interpersonal Theories
o Politeness Theory... o Social Exchange Theory... o Dialectical Pe…
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Interpersonal Communications 1018- Chapter 9 (Interpersonal Relationship Stages, Theories, and Communication)
Contact:
Involvement:
Intimacy:
Relationship Deterioration:
there is some kind of perceptual contact-you see hear, read a…
a sense of mutuality, of being connected, develops. Pg. 231
you commit yourself still further to the other person and est…
characterized by a weakening of the bonds between friends or…
Contact:
there is some kind of perceptual contact-you see hear, read a…
Involvement:
a sense of mutuality, of being connected, develops. Pg. 231
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PILOT Interpersonal Communication: Interpersonal Communication
interpersonal communication ... exchange…
verbal communication ... to talk with wo…
nonverbal communication ... to use body…
tone of voice ... how a person says some…
Interpersonal communication skills are very important for fin…
Use short and easy words in your verbal communication so that…
Make sure your nonverbal communication matches your words.
Joan's tone of voice helped calm the baby.
interpersonal communication ... exchange…
Interpersonal communication skills are very important for fin…
verbal communication ... to talk with wo…
Use short and easy words in your verbal communication so that…
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Comm. Theory Part 2: Interpersonal and Organizational Communication
Cybernetic
Contemporary
Nonsummativity
Positive synergy
Systems that are seen as mechanical and closed, focus on an e…
Sees systems as ecological and open, focus on patterns of com…
Whole is greater than its parts, individuals interact to form…
Functional, together is more functional than alone
Cybernetic
Systems that are seen as mechanical and closed, focus on an e…
Contemporary
Sees systems as ecological and open, focus on patterns of com…
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Interpersonal Relationship Stages, Theories and Communication Chapter Nine
Contact
perceptual contact
interactual contact
Involvement
first stage in the relationship stage process, there are two…
you see, hear, read a message from someone, view a photo or v…
this is when the contact is superficial and relatively unimpo…
a sense of mutuality, of being connected, develops, you exper…
Contact
first stage in the relationship stage process, there are two…
perceptual contact
you see, hear, read a message from someone, view a photo or v…
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Chapter 4: Explaining Theories of Interpersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Politeness Theory (Brown and Levinson)
Assumptions of Politeness Theory
Facework
refers both to the content and quality of messages relayed an…
explains how and why individuals try to promote, protect, or…
(1) all individuals are concerned with maintaining face, (2)…
specific messages designed to minimize FTAs.
Interpersonal Communication
refers both to the content and quality of messages relayed an…
Politeness Theory (Brown and Levinson)
explains how and why individuals try to promote, protect, or…
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Chapter 9 Interpersonal Relationship Stages, Theories, and Communication
6 stages of a relationship
stage one, there is some kind of perce…
stage two, involves a sense of mutuali…
stage three, you commit yourself still…
contact, involvement, intimacy, deterioration, repair, and di…
contact
involvement
intimacy
6 stages of a relationship
contact, involvement, intimacy, deterioration, repair, and di…
stage one, there is some kind of perce…
contact
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Interpersonal Communication
The Transactional Model of Communication
Parts of the Transactional Model of Co…
Johari Window
4 Types of Noise
Sender... Receiver... Channel... Message... Feedback... Encoding... Decoding... No…
Physical... Psychological... Physiological... Semantic
The Transactional Model of Communication
Parts of the Transactional Model of Co…
Sender... Receiver... Channel... Message... Feedback... Encoding... Decoding... No…
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Chapter 9 Interpersonal Relationship Stages, Theories, and Communication
attraction theory
breadth
cherishing behaviors
comparison level
A theory holding that you develop relationships on the basis…
The number of topics about which individuals in a relationshi…
Small behaviors you enjoy receiving from others, especially f…
A general idea of the kinds of rewards and profits that you f…
attraction theory
A theory holding that you develop relationships on the basis…
breadth
The number of topics about which individuals in a relationshi…
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Interpersonal Communications
Power (Principle)
Purposeful (Principle)
Package of Signals (Principle)
Content messages (Principle)
-Legitimate... -Referent... -Reward... -Coercive... -Expert... -Information…
-to learn... -to relate... -to influence... -to help... -to play
verbal and nonverbal behaviors reinforce or support each other
focus on the real world, external to both speaker and listener
Power (Principle)
-Legitimate... -Referent... -Reward... -Coercive... -Expert... -Information…
Purposeful (Principle)
-to learn... -to relate... -to influence... -to help... -to play
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Chapter 9- Interpersonal Relationship Stages, Theories, and Communication
Attraction Theory
Breadth
Cherishing Behaviors
Comparison Level
people form relationships with those they consider attractive
how many topics you and your partner talk about
small gestures you enjoy receiving from your partner (smile,…
general idea of the rewards and profits that you believe you…
Attraction Theory
people form relationships with those they consider attractive
Breadth
how many topics you and your partner talk about
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Interpersonal Communications
three different types of goals
self-presentation goals
relational goals
instrumental goals
self-presentation ... relational ... instrumental
(identity management) working to communicate an image of who…
working to develop, maintain, or neglect particular relations…
getting others to do us a favor or provide some kind of resou…
three different types of goals
self-presentation ... relational ... instrumental
self-presentation goals
(identity management) working to communicate an image of who…
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Interpersonal Communication
Types of Nonverbal Communication include
Powerless Speech Mannerisms
hedges
Intensifiers
1.Body Movement... 2.Touch... 3.Appearance... 4. Physical Space... 5. Phy…
Ways of speaking in order to reduce perceptions
does not add authority to a speech
I'm really glad to see you. ... I'm very hungry.
Types of Nonverbal Communication include
1.Body Movement... 2.Touch... 3.Appearance... 4. Physical Space... 5. Phy…
Powerless Speech Mannerisms
Ways of speaking in order to reduce perceptions
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Interpersonal Communications
Communication
Channel
Contexts
Culture
The process through which people use messages to generate mea…
The sensory dimension (Sound, Sight, touch, taste, or scent)…
Situations in which communication occurs
The established, coherent set of beliefs, attitudes, values,…
Communication
The process through which people use messages to generate mea…
Channel
The sensory dimension (Sound, Sight, touch, taste, or scent)…
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Interpersonal Communication
Self-Presentation Goals
Communication Models
Communication Skills
Online Communication
Are desires you have to present yourself in certain ways so o…
Linear, interactive, and transactional.
Behavioral patterns that you routinely practice in your inter…
Interaction through communication technology such as social n…
Self-Presentation Goals
Are desires you have to present yourself in certain ways so o…
Communication Models
Linear, interactive, and transactional.
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Interpersonal Communication
panel
forum
round table
symposium
An informal discussion of 3 or 4 members which takes place in…
A type of discussion that may follow a panel in which the aud…
A special type of discussion composed of 3-8 members and comm…
A formal discussion in which two sides present opposing point…
panel
An informal discussion of 3 or 4 members which takes place in…
forum
A type of discussion that may follow a panel in which the aud…
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Interpersonal Communication
Communication
Defining features of IPC
Characteristics of personal communicat…
Differences between personal and imper…
Using symbols to represent ideas so that meaning can be shared
one person's actions both affect and reflect another persons…
paying attention to the characteristics and circumstances tha…
Personal-using symbols to represent ideas in order to share m…
Communication
Using symbols to represent ideas so that meaning can be shared
Defining features of IPC
one person's actions both affect and reflect another persons…
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Interpersonal Communication
Perception
Cues
sub-processes of perception
horn effect
how different individuals interpret the world, "lenses"
smallest bit of sensory info; gesture, color, returned/unretu…
1. Selection 2. Organization 3. Interpretation/infering
seeing more negative qualities in an e after breakup
Perception
how different individuals interpret the world, "lenses"
Cues
smallest bit of sensory info; gesture, color, returned/unretu…
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Interpersonal Communication
Communication
Theory of Reciprocity
Low Context Culture
High Context Culture
The process in which we use symbols to create or construct me…
One person mirrors another person's behavior while communicat…
People see what is directly in front of them and don't take o…
Look at surroundings and take outside factors into considerat…
Communication
The process in which we use symbols to create or construct me…
Theory of Reciprocity
One person mirrors another person's behavior while communicat…
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Interpersonal Communication
Etiquette
Protocol
Constructive Criticism
Describe the facts, Evaluate behavior,…
Established code of behavior or courtesy
Code of behavior that is written and prescribed by an organiz…
A negative evaluation done in a way that brings about positiv…
Constructive Criticism
Etiquette
Established code of behavior or courtesy
Protocol
Code of behavior that is written and prescribed by an organiz…
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Interpersonal Communication
When the judge directed the jury to di…
Bill and Maria are trying to decide wh…
When we are aware of how to make a pos…
Tom isn't having much success in meeti…
is irreversible
Interpersonal communication
conscious competence
Avoiding comparisons
When the judge directed the jury to di…
is irreversible
Bill and Maria are trying to decide wh…
Interpersonal communication
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Interpersonal Communication Putting Theory Into Practice Chapter 6
nonverbal behaviors
nonverbal communication
channel
analogic codes
human actions that have the potential to form a message
one person creating meaning in the mind of another person thr…
medium through which information is conveyed
symbols that bear a physical resemblance to the thing they re…
nonverbal behaviors
human actions that have the potential to form a message
nonverbal communication
one person creating meaning in the mind of another person thr…
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Interpersonal Communication
I-It Communication
I-You Communicaiton
I-Thou Communication
Features of Interpersonal Communication
Communication in which one person is treated as an instrument…
Not fully engaged as unique individuals
Each person affirms the other as cherished and unique.
Selective, Systemic, Individual, Processual, Transactional, P…
I-It Communication
Communication in which one person is treated as an instrument…
I-You Communicaiton
Not fully engaged as unique individuals
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Interpersonal Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Norms
Roles
Expected Role
communication that occurs between at least two interdependent…
Guidelines that limit and direct our behavior. how to behave…
Sets of behaviors that apply to certain groups of people, don…
How you should play role, keep order
Interpersonal Communication
communication that occurs between at least two interdependent…
Norms
Guidelines that limit and direct our behavior. how to behave…
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Interpersonal Communications
debilitative emotions
emotional contagion
emotional intelligence
emotion labor
Emotions that prevent a person from functioning effectively
The process by which emotions are transferred from one person…
The ability to understand and manage one's own emotions and b…
Managing and even suppressing emotions when doing so is both…
debilitative emotions
Emotions that prevent a person from functioning effectively
emotional contagion
The process by which emotions are transferred from one person…
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Interpersonal Communication
semantic rules
equivocation
static evaluation
abstraction
reflect the way in which users if a language assign meaning t…
consists of statements that have more than one commonly accep…
statements that contain or imply the word is lead to the mist…
vague in nature.
semantic rules
reflect the way in which users if a language assign meaning t…
equivocation
consists of statements that have more than one commonly accep…
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