COM 100 Lecture 4 - 9/26/2007 2:54:00 PM I. Introduction A....

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I. Introduction A. Identity is Necessary to Meet Needs for: o 1. Inclusion o 2. Control o 3. Affection     B. Balanced “I”, “Me” is essential     C. Identity –> Goals and Values -> Linguistic Code -> Relationship.     D. What Kind of Relationships Do You Want? II.  Need to Connect: Develop Relationships     A. Definition of Relationship o 1. A social bond of intimacy o 2. Created through the exchange of messages carrying relational info. o 3. Three kind of communication: a. Cultural: ethnicity, age, gender b. Social: Group membership c. Interpersonal unique, personal info d. Do we get all 3 in Facebook? B. Types of Relational Messages o 1. Psychological Distance: Liking messages o 2. Social Distance: Formality/Informality o 3. Role Distance: Power and role C. Example: What the hell are you doing!? o
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COM 100 Lecture 4 - 9/26/2007 2:54:00 PM I. Introduction A....

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