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Comm._10_Midterm_Study_Guide

Comm._10_Midterm_Study_Guide - Comm 10 Study Guide Midterm...

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Comm. 10 Study Guide/ Midterm Chapter 1 1. Know Maslow’s Hierarchy and what each part means. 2. Know the models on interpersonal communication. Know the difference between linear, interactive and transactional models. 3. Definition of interpersonal communication and it’s features (pg. 22+) 4. I-It, I-You, I-Thou 5. Know and understand the principles of communication. 6. What’s dual perspective? 7. Think of the videos we’ve watched in class: 20/20: Race/Sports, Gay and Nazi, “Class Divided: Brown and Blue Eyes”, and “Tootsie”. Be able to apply the above concepts to any of these movies as examples. Chapter 2 1. What does Wood mean by “the self”? 2. Know what the different influences are on the self-concept (see diagram on pg. 45). Know what each of these influences mean. 3. What is reflected appraisal? 4. What are uppers, downers, and vultures? 5. What is a self-fulfilling prophecy? 6. What are attachment styles and what are the different kinds of attachment styles?
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