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Chapter 11: Facilitating Social Relationships in General Education
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What is a “social relationship?” Social relationships involve contact patterns and subjective satisfaction. Based on contact patterns among people.
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What are “social interactions? Social interactions can be described as how often 2 students interact, how long when they interact, and so on… social relationships are based on social interactions. What occurs between students when they interact? Social supports occur. (Must gain something to choose to interact over & over.) Social supports include: helping others, exchanging information, & emotional support.
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Also included in social relationships: Social networks are the collective pattern of interaction among people. (3 students may meet each other individually on a daily basis but rarely meet as a group.)
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How do social relationships develop? 1. Social relationships require that students have access to one another.
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3700 taught by Professor Janpearcy during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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