CMN 101 lecture 2 on relating to others

CMN 101 lecture 2 - Relating to Others Self-Concept How you come to know yourself comes from for sources Gender Sexual Roles Culture Orientation

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Relating to Others
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Self-Concept How you come to know yourself comes from for sources: Gender Sexual Orientation Roles Culture
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Gender Sex vs. Gender Sex---your biological make-up Gender---behavioral traits Differing Communication Tactics (Deborah Tannen)
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Sexual Orientation Although tolerance has grown for the gay community, some members still feel like they can’t embrace that part of their identity Some try to “pass” as heterosexual if possible
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Roles We have several different roles we play, especially in groups Task Roles—helping to accomplish a group’s task Maintenance Roles—Defining a group’s social atmosphere Individual Roles—Calls to attention the roles individual’s play (usually it’s counterproductive)
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Culture Culture: a learned system of knowledge, behavior, attitudes, values and norms that are shared by a group of people.
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course CMN 101 taught by Professor Aragona during the Spring '09 term at DePaul.

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CMN 101 lecture 2 - Relating to Others Self-Concept How you come to know yourself comes from for sources Gender Sexual Roles Culture Orientation

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