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Interpersonal Communication A Constitutive Approach
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Social Be-ing Humans as relational rather than individual Interaction (a site within which experience achieves a sense of coherence, structure, and meaning) Discourse: A Critical Perspective, It is never “just” language Reflection (thought and language) Identity is always in play, in the moment, contingently “realized” in the tension of the Social Bond
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Daniel Stern Infant – Caregiver Interaction, a choreography of moves, creates a possibility of attunement Learning about The First Relationship Learning how to learn Pre-language, paralanguage, language
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Gregory Bateson The complexity of interaction requires that much remains in the unconscious (Freud) Unspoken compacts in interaction (pathogenic contexts, schizophrenia) Communication as a continuous context of learning, and learning to learn Gestalt – figure/ground, punctuation Sullivan – interpersonal determinism
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Erving Goffman Interaction Ritual, Presentation of Self in Everyday Life, Asylum Dramaturgical or Interactional?
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