Topic 11 Impression Management and Influence Strategies for BLACKBOARD

Topic 11 Impression Management and Influence Strategies for BLACKBOARD

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Unformatted text preview: 6/14/11 Goffman  Strategies we use to give particular impressions; Can audience look past strategies to discover true motives ?  Goffman in daily interaction we seek to manage impressions we give & give off Continual monitoring and adjusting  Social life as a theatre performance Actors and audiences, onstage and rehearsals props - physical artifacts to convey particular impressions on audience. 6/14/11 Front and Back Stage  Front vs. Back Stage front - actors on show, try to give convincing performances back - take off masks, frantic, complain about the audience, etc.  Front vs. back regions of social interaction front - carry out performances. attempt to maintain appropriate impressions back - inaccessible to the audience we knowingly violate impressions we attempt to make in front region 6/14/11 Front and Back Stage  seeing backstage  staying on front stage too long 6/14/11...
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course SOCY 101 taught by Professor Simpson during the Fall '07 term at South Carolina.

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Topic 11 Impression Management and Influence Strategies for BLACKBOARD

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