Chapter 5 - Powerpoints

Chapter 5 - Powerpoints - Chapter 5 Communicating...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 5 Communicating Interpersonally Fundamentals of Human Communication Chapter 5 Overview 1. Communication in an Interpersonal Context 2. Engagement : The decision to encounter 3. Management : The decision to linger 4. Disengagement : The Decision to leave Background Features of Interpersonal Communication 1. Takes place in a dyad 1. Relationships move from impersonal to personal Impersonal Personal 6 Characteristics of Interpersonal Communication 1. Self 2. Fully transactional 3. Communicators share physical proximity 4. Shaped by social roles 5. Uniquely irreversible 6. Not repeatable #1 Self: Six Images 1. My self-image 2. My image of the other 3. The other’s self-image 4. The other’s image of me 5. What you think your image is in the mind of the other person (metaperception) 6. What that person thinks is the image you have constructed about him or her (metaperception) #2 Fully Transactional Each party influences the other’s behavior while being affected in return. #3 Physical Proximity...
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course COMM 201 taught by Professor Ashlock during the Spring '08 term at University of Louisville.

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Chapter 5 - Powerpoints - Chapter 5 Communicating...

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