chapter2 - Communication and Identity: Creating and...

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Looking Out , Looking In 12 th Edition Chapter 2 1 Communication and Identity: Creating and Presenting the Self o Chapter Summary Communication and the Self-Concept Biological and Social Roots of the self Characteristics of the Self-Concept Influences on Identity Presenting the Self Public and Private Characteristics of Identity Management
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Looking Out , Looking In 12 th Edition Chapter 2 2 Communication and the Self-Concept o The Self-Concept A relatively stable set of perceptions you hold about yourself Not only your physical self but your emotional states, talents, likes, dislikes, values roles, etc. Self-esteem Part of your self-concept Involves evaluation of self worth
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Looking Out , Looking In 12 th Edition Chapter 2 3 Communication and the Self-Concept o The Self-Concept People who feel good about themselves will have positive expectations about how they communicate FIGURE 2.1 The Relationship between Self-Esteem and Communication Behavior Page 43
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Looking Out , Looking In 12 th Edition Chapter 2 4 Communication and the Self-Concept o Biology and the Self Personality Tends to be stable throughout your life To a large degree is part of our genetic makeup Biology accounts for extroversion, shyness, assertiveness, verbal aggression, and willingness to communicate Table 2.1 on page 44 shows five major personality traits
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Looking Out , Looking In 12 th Edition Chapter 2 5 Communication and the Self-Concept o Socialization and Self-Concept Reflected Appraisal Each of us develop a self-concept that reflects the way we believe others see us Children are not born with a sense of identity Positive and negative evaluations become the mirror by which we know ourselves Anyone whose opinion you value can leave an imprint
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Looking Out , Looking In 12 th Edition Chapter 2 6 Communication and the Self-Concept o Socialization and Self-Concept
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2009 for the course COMM COMM102 taught by Professor Katepatinas during the Fall '09 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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