L5 Socialization - Lecture5:Socialization 19:01 Introduction

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Lecture 5: Socialization 19:01 Introduction Relational Messages are Everywhere: Every card play contains information about friendliness, formality and status Can you control your relational messages to accomplish your card game goals? Controlling relational Messages is Required for Social Integration Being friendly, open and attentive Not dominating the conversation Controlling non-verbal’s during card play The Need to Connect: Socialization Definition of Socialization:  Acquisition of the skills. Knowledge, values, motives and roles Appropriate to the individual’s position in a group or society That perpetuates the group and builds cultural values And guidelines each member’s identity Socialization promotes conformity The emphasis is on communication competence: understanding the climate and then  playing the appropriate talk cards using the right topics and styles to conform. Perceptions of the Communication Climate
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Donohue during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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L5 Socialization - Lecture5:Socialization 19:01 Introduction

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