Family Communication and Conflict Chapter Four

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Family Communication and Conflict Chapter Four Key Concepts of Systems Framework Establishing boundaries – every system has some border between it and its environment Closed boundaries – no information in or out Open boundaries – information is unobstructed, families lose identity Maintaining balance – Symbolic Interaction Framework All human behavior revolves around social behavior where there is an exchange of
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Unformatted text preview: messages and symbolic meanings between actors. Symbols - used to share meanings Types of Communication Communication the process of making and sharing meanings Involves Co-Construction constructing definitions GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COMMUNICATION For Women For Men...
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