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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/20/11 11 Chapter 6: Interpersonal Communication
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1/20/11 Basic Concepts of Interpersonal Communication 1. Communication takes place within a system. Change in system = change in communication (you leave for college). 2. We teach others how to treat us. Each person plays a role. 3. We communicate what and who we are. Give cues, make conclusions.
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1/20/11 Concepts, cont. 4. Much of our interpersonal communication centers on our wanting others to act or think or feel as we do; in other words, much of it is an attempt at persuasion. 5. Meaning is in people, not in words. No inherent “chairness.” 6. We cannot not communicate.
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1/20/11 Concepts, cont. 7. People react to our actions. Action-reaction principle . 8. We do what we do because in the end we expect to achieve happiness. 9. We cannot always have the same understandings and feelings as others.
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1/20/11 Self and Others l Self-perceived “I”: the image you project, the way you perceive yourself l Other-perceived “me”: the person that others perceive you to be.
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