CMN 101 Interpersonal lecture 5 on relationships

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/11 Communication in Personal Relationships Chapter 10
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9/14/11 Why do social relationships matter? Need to Belong Theory—A hypothesis that says each of us is born with a fundamental drive to seek, form, maintain and protect strong social relationship How long do you think you could go being completely socially isolated before you start to suffer negative
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9/14/11 Social Relationships Bring Rewards Emotional rewards Provides emotional support Provides happiness Material rewards Satisfies our need for money, shelter, transportation Health rewards Good social relationships keep us
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9/14/11 Forming and Maintaining Social Bonds Attraction Theory Interpersonal attraction Physical attraction Social attraction Task attraction Four factors involving attraction:
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9/14/11 Features of Personal Relationships Uniqueness Most relationships are social, not personal Commitment The decision to remain with a relationship Investment
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