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Privacy Basic Assumptions 1. Based upon management of private information o Change of name from CBM to CPM 2. Builds upon dialectical theory and systems theory  o Dialectical tension of openness & closedness  o Levels of boundaries—but notion of boundaries is different  3. Revealing information is risky—vulnerability o Expose self, potentially hurt relationship o --e.g., study by Petronio et al. on child abuse o Because revealing info. is risky, people construct metaphorical  boundaries around themselves 4.  Boundary structures (who is and who is not allowed access to information) o --Metaphorical boundaries that ebb and flow depending upon degree of  risk of revealing information A.  Notion of Control --Control risks  --Want to control private information because of vulnerability --Signal ownership of info.
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  • Winter '08
  • private information, Privacy Rule, Boundary protection rules, Boundary access rules, Privacy Basic Assumptions

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