burgoon and hale relational topics

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Dominance Command vs a request Speaker is at podium, has mobility, higher than those sitting Clothing: suit Eye contact Terms of address – Dr, Professor, President Living in a house with a lot of people Hierarchy based on behaviors When someone isn’t consulted in a decision Someone creates a chore chart for the house Romantic relationships 1 person has more say in what they want to do Even when equal, dominance and power over the other Male might drive more – even if it’s the female’s car Club/Organization Position Someone who has belonged to it longer Intimacy Show interest in someone – ask how they’re doing Sit with friends in class Smiling, eye contact
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Self-disclosure Stranger-on-the-train – when someone tells you about their life, because they will never see you again/need to vent Future expectancy of seeing someone again – acting a certain way because you’re likely to interact with this person again
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 336 taught by Professor Larrynadler during the Spring '12 term at Miami University.

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