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Interpersonal Relationship Interpesonal Relationship
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Interpersonal Communication Refers to face-to-face Every participant can get the reaction from the others
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Characteristic of Interpersonal Communication Steward L. Tubbs & Sylvia Moss (Deddy Mulyana, 2005) Close range Sent and receive a message (verbal or non- verbal) simultaneously and spontaneously
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Purpose of Interpersonal Communication Knowing yourself and the others Knowing the outside world Create and maintain relationships Changing attitudes and behavior Searching for entertainment Helping
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Transactional Process Interpersonal communication as a process. The components in communication Interpersonal are interdependent. The actors of interpersonal communication act and react.
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A Relationship is formed whenever reciprocal message (interpersonal communication) processing occurs
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Types of Relationships 1. Dyadic and Triadic Relationships •.
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