R relational patterns of interaction

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Theory and Philosophy of Communication Communicational Theory Lecture by: Dr. Natalie Nelson-Marsh The Relationship Relational Patterns of Interaction The Cybernetic Tradition Concepts Action/reaction Based on feedback Patterns of interactions Simultaneous interaction Adaptation Explanations Defining relationships and engaging in new patterns of interactions Define and redefine, adapt what you do and say to the reactions of others and overtime relationships develop character Principles Communication is constantly being expressed within a relationship Philosophical Assumptions Epistemological (knowledge) Born with ability to read, develop, and interact in communication
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Unformatted text preview: Knowledge is developed with feedback Ontological (values) We are participants as system components, your presence alone effects change Perspective and expectation can change Axiological (research) Value-latent Researcher has an effect Other Concepts: Action/Reaction Feedback Control direction of speaker One up Competitive symmetry Complementary Transition One down Complementary Submissive symmetry Transition One across Transition Transition Neutralized symmetry Identify patterns in relationships and describing it...
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