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Chapter 8 Expectancy Violations Theory COMM 200 Dr. Gibbs 2/8/10
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Overview of EVT Focuses on how nonverbal communication  influences message production People have expectations about the  (verbal and nonverbal) behaviors of others Based on research of Judee Burgoon
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Space Relations Proxemics  is the study of a person’s use  of space. In conversations In perceptions of another’s use of space Use of space affects achievement of goals
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Space Relations Competing needs for space: Affiliation  – need to belong to a group Personal space  – preferred distance from  others
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Proxemic Zones (Edward Hall) Figure 8.1: Proxemic Zones
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Territoriality Territoriality  is a person's ownership of  an area or object.  Types of territories: Primary Secondary Public
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Assumptions of EVT 1. Expectancies drive human    interaction.  Expectancies  are thoughts and behaviors  anticipated in conversations.
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