Handout 13_Power and Control in Relationships

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Handout 13 Power and Control in Relationships   I. Types of Power/Control II. Types of Power : a. Principle of Least Interest =  b. Definitional Capacity =  c. Reward Power =  d. Coercive Power =  e. Referent Power =  f. Expert Power =  III. Distinguishing between Power and Control     a. Power =  Example:  b. Control =  Example:  IV. Control in Interaction     a. Symmetrical =  b. Complementary = 
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V. Relational Control Coding     Edna Rogers and Richard Farace’s coding system categorizes control in ongoing 
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Unformatted text preview: interaction. a. One-up ( ): b. One-down ( ): c. One-across ( ): NOTES:-Bids for dominance do not necessarily result in control of the interaction.-Transactional Coding = o the objective of coding for control does not focus on individual turns but instead how turns pair together to comprise a cycle of interaction ....
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