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Oct.-11-CMST - CMST 1061 Oct. 11 Lecture Power- the ability...

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CMST 1061 Oct. 11 Lecture Power- the ability to affect the behavior of another person or group The amt. of power someone has depends on the situation and participants. Types of Power: 1. Expert (lawyer or doctor, one person in the relationship possesses special knowledge or skills) a. Me, the cheerleaders I coach – my coach, me 2. Reward (boss or parent, one person controls something of value to the other person) a. Me, a tumbler – my dad, me 3. Referent (mentor or family member, one person has the respect or admiration of the other) a. Me, Kaitlyn – my mom, me 4. Coercive (boss or parent, the power to punish or create negative consequences) a. Me, ? - my parents, me 5. Legitimate (police officer, the power within a title, one person is able to control the other person because of his/her position) a. Me, cop – cop, me Why do we form relationships? (Dating) 1. Appearance a. Matching Hypothesis: you tend to pick people who you consider to be similar to you or your equal 2. Similar- usually attracted to people who we are similar to
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