CMST Final Definitons

CMST Final Definitons - CMST Final Definitions Chapter 9...

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CMST Final Definitions Chapter 9 Interpersonal conflict- Thin interaction of interdependent people who perceive incompatible goals and interference from each other in achieving those goals Interaction- A necessary condition for conflict, given that conflicts are created and sustained through verbal and non verbal communication Interdependence- a necessary condition for conflict, given that people involved in conflict rely on each other, need each other, and are in a relationship with each other Image conflict- a conflict with another about one’s sense of oneself. Content conflict- a conflict that revolve around an issue. Also called a substansive conflict Public issue- an issue outside a relationship that can cause a content conflict. Personal issue- an issue related to a relationship than can cause a content conflict Value conflict- a conflict in which the content is specifically about a question of right and wrong Relational conflict- a conflict that focuses on issues concerning the relationship between two people Serial conflict conflicts that recur over time in people’s everyday lives, without a resolution Meta conflict a conflict about the way a conflict is conducted Symmetrical escalation in a conflict, each party choosing to increase the intensity of the conflict Symmetrical withdrawal in a conflict, neither partner being willing to confront the other Pursuit withdrawal in a conflict a pattern consisting on one party pressing for a discussion about a conflictual topic while the other party withdraws Symmetrical negotiation in a conflict, each party mirroring the other’s negotiation behaviors Bullying a particular form of conflict in which the abuse is persistent and the person being bullied finds it very difficult to defend themselves Positive interaction ratio and interpersonal encounter in which the participants say more positive things to each other than negative things Negative interaction ratio an interpersonal encounter in which the participants say more negative things to each other than positive things. Placating being passive or ignoring our own needs in a conflict
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Pouncing responding in an aggressive manner without acknowledging the needs of another person in a conflict Computing disqualifying the emotions aspects of a conflict (the context) and focusing on the rational aspects Distracting disqualifying the subject of a conflict by distracting both people in the conflict with behaviors such as laughing, crying, or changing the subject Distal context the background that frames a specific conflict
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