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TUTORIAL: INTERACTION AND RELATIONSHIPSINTRODUCTION.NON-VERBALCOMMUNICATION.KINESICS.DISTANCEAND ARRANGEMENT.SPEECH ACTS.RELATIONSHIPS.KNOWING OTHERS.SELF-DISCLOSURE.PUNCTUATION.COORDINATEDMANAGEMENT OFMEANING.RELATIONSHIPSRelationships are based not only on the exchange of information but also on interpersonal perceptions. A relationship is defined not somuch by what is said as by the partners' expectations for behavior. - Littlejohn, 262As scholars study the many ways in which individuals interact within society, they have discovered that somekinds of interactions are frequently repeated. These continuous patterns of interaction are called relationships,and many interesting questions about them can be asked -- for example:How many different kinds of relationships are there?Human relationships include such as friend-to-friend, enemy-to-enemy, parent-to-child, sibling-to-sibling,employer-to-employee, and many more. Each of these has its own unique pattern of interactions, and soscholars might wonder how many different types of relationship there could be, and how they might becategorized?How do relationships begin?
How do relationships end?

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Term
Fall
Professor
JeanMiller
Tags
partner, Interpersonal relationship

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