8 - CHAPTER 8-Close relationships are distinguished by...

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CHAPTER 8: -Close relationships are distinguished by their: -frequency -intensity -diversity of contact -level of intimacy -importance -satisfaction -influences on relationship development: -proximity -physical attractiveness -similarity -Proximity -how close you are to others -attractiveness -matching hypothesis-find people who are as attractive as we are -similarity -like people who are like you -who enjoy the same things -value the same values -share similar background -models of relationship development -social penetration theory -stage models -turning point approach -dialectical theory -social penetration theory -based on premise that communication, specifically self-disclosure, is key to relationship development -self-disclosure -breadth -depth -frequency -breadth -number of different topics dyads discuss -depth -how deep personal communication exchanges are -frequency -how often self-disclosure occurs
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four-stage model -orientation -exploratory affective exchange -affective exchange -stable exchange -orientation -couple’s first meeting, or first few encounters -low breadth of topic and depth -exploratory affective stage -encounters that occur between acquaintances and those
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Mullin during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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