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Chapter 29 Communication Accommodation Theory COMM 200 Dr. Gibbs 4/26/10
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Overview of CAT Based on research of Howard Giles CAT explores the  motivations  and  consequences  of speakers shifting their  communication styles People adjust their style of speaking,  especially when communicating  interculturally 
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Rooted in Social Identity Theory Social Identity Theory:  our identity is  shaped by the groups to which we  belong In-groups Out-groups We compare ourselves with others and  strive to maintain positive identity This may motivate us to adapt our  communication with others
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Assumptions of CAT Speech and behavioral similarities and  differences exist in all conversations The way we  perceive  the speech and  behaviors of others will determine how we  evaluate  a conversation Language and behaviors provide information  about social status and group belonging
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