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CMST test 3 18:25 Self-Discloser Act of making yourself known to another person, showing yourself in such a  way that others can perceive you There are 7 elements that are components of a self disclosed message, the  more elements that are there the more powerful the message o The self is the content     “I hate the rain” something about yourself o Needs to be intentional There has got to be a sense of free will Cant be something that was accidently revealed Has to be intentional It can not be an answer to a question o It needs to be addressed Addressing a message to a certain person or individual You have an audience in mind Other people can hear it but only the person it is intended for can take  it as discloser  o Honest? A lie will work  You can build trust by lying to people o Has to be revealing His story about his hand
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o Contain otherwise unavailable information The speaker should be the only reasonable source o It gaines its intimate nature from the context in which it is expressed Self discloser needs to move in small steps o Talking about the amount and rate of discloser Moves from the impersonal to the intimate o You don’t tell your deep dark secrets to someone you just met Reciprocal o If I disclose something to you, you should disclose something to me Risk and trust o We are just exchanging basic information  o We learn it is risky so we must trust the person o o I&A o                                   Time Social penetration theory Theory that looks at intimacy and amount in terms of depths and breaths o How broadly and how deeply
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o Onion Theory You can expose yourself layer by layer Penetration moves into 4 stages o Orientation Stage-very super fiscal Reveal information that doesn’t have much consequence around it Not much risk involved Seeing if there is common ground to go further Ex: “My Favorite Colors is Orange” o Exploratory/ Affective Stage Exploratory Nothing too personal See facts gradually move into opinions Not likely to reveal the whole truth This is a stage where you would place a casual friendship Affective
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