Com 230 THEORETICAL CHEAT SHEET-1 - 4 stages of tension in...

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COM 230 THEORETICAL CHEAT SHEET Theory/Concept Group Characteristics Types of Talk Decision-making and Role Theory/Process Encounter Theory Consciousness-Raising Theory Task Properties Task Constraints Small groups and Democracy Hidden Agenda Group Formation Symbolic Convergence Theory Theorist/Source Textbook Textbook Textbook Textbook, Chesebro, Cragan, and McCullogh, 1973 Shaw (1963) Phillips, 1966 Phillips, 1966 Phillips and Erickson, 1970 Bormann, 1970 Main Themes/Ideas Directly and indirectly observable characteristics (size, interdependence, etc) Problem-solving, role, CR, encounter.
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Unformatted text preview: 4 stages of tension in procedural & social aspects – related to types of talk Boundary seeking, Ambivalence, Actualization 4 Stages of self & group identity formation Difficulty, solution multiplicity, cooperative requirement, familiarity Norms, collective experience Consensus, legislation Physical, group role, external loyalties, interpersonal – related to encounter theory Beliefs, values, large groups Group fantasy, chaining out, fantasy theme analysis * PLEASE NOTE: FOR RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THEORIES/CONCEPTS, PLEASE SEE TEXTBOOK PAGE 34 *...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course COM 230 taught by Professor ? during the Fall '06 term at ASU.

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