Chap02 - Characteristics of Relationships l Awareness l...

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Chapter Two INTERPERSONA L COMMUNICATIO N
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Two Approaches to Defining Interpersonal Communication l Situational Approach: aspects of situation define whether interaction is interpersonal l Developmental Approach: quality of information exchanges defines whether interaction is interpersonal
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Forms of Communication (Situational Approach) l Intrapersonal l Interpersonal l Small Group l Organizational l Face-to-face Public l Mediated Public
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Levels of Data (Developmental Approach) l Cultural Level Data l Sociological Level Data l Psychological Level Data
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What is a Relationship? l A constellation of behaviors l A cognitive construct l A mini-culture l A collection of contradictory forces
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Unformatted text preview: Characteristics of Relationships l Awareness l Coordinated Interaction l Analysis and Evaluation l Outside Influences l Control l Communication for Development and Maintenance Relational Prototype Components l Label l Attributes l Communication Indicators Relational Dichotomy Model l PUBLIC – substitutability – autonomy – universal rules – low self-disclosure – practical tone – extrinsic rewards l PRIVATE – irreplaceability – interdependence – unique rules – high self-disclosure – sentimental tone – intrinsic rewards...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course COMMUNICAT 192:201 taught by Professor Coan during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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