wk11_Space_Touch - Personal Space & Touch Date:_ Week 11...

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Date:__________________ Week 11 How close can you go? 0. What factors influence comfortable conversation distance? Distance between Couples 1. Crane (1987) mimicked our exercise with married couples. Reach out and Touch Someone Observations Approach-Avoidance Signals 2. IMMEDIACY – the degree of mutual sensory stimulation 0. PROXEMICS 0. Interpersonal 1. Body 2. Positioning 3. Territorial 1. HAPTICS 4. Nonreciprocal 5. Mutual 6. Tie Communication Function of Proxemics & Haptics 3. Primary Function: Establish 2. 1. Intimacy 7. Politeness 8. We tend to approach what we like & avoid what we dislike (Andersen, 1999). 9. Degrees of Intimacy 0. 1. 2. 3. Love/ 1
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4. 4. 2. Control 3. Territorial 4. Threat 5. Status Identification: A significant secondary function 0. 1. Gender Differences 5. Women 1. 2. Cultural Differences 6. 3. Personality Differences 6. Contact = Proxemics 2
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Territoriality 7. Territoriality is relatively stationary. 8.
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2010 for the course ANTH A105 taught by Professor Erikamsanchez-reenan during the Spring '10 term at Orange Coast College.

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