Lecture 4 Notes - COM100 Lecture 4 I. Introduction A. Talk...

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COM100 Lecture 4 I. Introduction A. Talk Card Goals A.1. Self Presentation: communicating our identity to others A.2. Relationship: communicating our feelings and status to others B. Identity satisfies inclusion, control, affection needs C. Balanced “I”, “Me” is essential D. Identity Needs + Goals and Values Drives: D.1. Card topics D.2. Card styles D.3. Defines relationship between parties II. Need to Connect: Develop Relationships A. Definition of Relationship A.1. A social bond of intimacy A.2. Created through the exchange of messages A.3. Three kinds of information displayed when playing a talk card in a talk game A.3.a. Cultural: ethnicity, age, gender A.3.b. Social: group membership A.3.c. Interpersonal: unique, personal qualities, desires, attitudes B. Relational Messages in Topics B.1. Personal Information: topic choices B.2. Topics respecting the others interests B.3. Topics chosen to direct behavior C. Relational Messages in Styles C.1. Liking messages C.2. Formality/informality
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Donohue during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Lecture 4 Notes - COM100 Lecture 4 I. Introduction A. Talk...

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