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Comm 200 LN 0421_handout - Chapter 26 Face-Negotiation...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 26 Face-Negotiation Theory COMM 200 Dr. Gibbs 4/21/10 Imperatives for Intercultural Competence Economic Technological Demographic Peace Interpersonal Culture as an Iceberg Ways in Which Cultures Differ Individual Vs. Group Orientation Value on Hierarchy Role of Context Time Orientation FNT Overview (Ting-Toomey) Cultures manage conflict negotiation differently Cultures manage face differently Individualistic cultures: self-face and direct styles Collectivistic cultures: other-face and indirect styles Face Face = public image people display Ways face can be interpreted: Face concern = concern about ones own face or face of others Face need = desire for inclusion or autonomy Types of universal face needs: Positive face = desire to be liked Negative face = desire for autonomy Facework Facework is the actions taken to maintain face of oneself or others.maintain face of oneself or others....
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Comm 200 LN 0421_handout - Chapter 26 Face-Negotiation...

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