Class 11 - probably rate it positively • Based on how you...

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Class 11 17:04 Factors Affecting Personal Space Sex Age Culture o Contact culture – European countries, o Noncontact culture – united states, Asian countries. o Setting o Topic o Characteristic of relationship (how close you are with the other person) o Characteristics of self (introversion vs. extroversion) o Characteristics of other ((appearance, height, personality ) Expectancy violation theory When violations of behavioral expections occur, your response is based on valence of violation and now rewarding you perceive the vilolator. If you like the person who violated the personal space, you will
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Unformatted text preview: probably rate it positively • Based on how you perceive the violation, it would be positive or negative. • Key concepts: o Expectations o Violations o Arousal o Violation valence (depends on your feeling you will rate it) o Communicator reward valence Summary • Density and crowding • Factors affecting feelings of crowding • Types of territory • territory encroachments • Territory defenses • Factors affection conversational distance • Expectancy violations theory 17:04 17:04...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course CMS 334K taught by Professor Dailey during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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