Comm107- chapter 10 outline

Comm107- chapter 10 outline - Chapter 10 Outline...

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Chapter 10 Outline Participants are those members of a group who interact to bring about the actions of a group Leaders are those who guide the group. Leadership refers to those who influence the group to accomplish its goal Individualism is putting oneself before group loyalty The Confucian principle of I requires that a person be affiliated and identify with a small and tightly knit group of people over long periods of time. Intuitive-affective decision-making approach is an approach to decision making that attempts to develop a solution by using broad issues that do not appear to be directly relate to the issue; these issues are linked together on the basis of whether or not the speaker likes the issues; a technique used in many Arabic cultures. Centralized decision-making process is a decision-making process that views authority as being inherent within the individual, not his position; a technique used by many Mexicans. Proposal-counterproposal negotiating
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course COMM 107 taught by Professor Gardner during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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