Review Sheet Exam 3 Fall 10 Part 1

Review Sheet Exam 3 Fall 10 Part 1 - Introduction to Speech...

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Introduction to Speech Communication Unit 3: Communication in Contexts Exam 3 Review Sheet: Chapters 8, 10-12 Chapter 10: Communication in Personal Relationships How are relationships of circumstance and relationships of choice different? Circumstance: exist because of situations or circumstance o Ex. Groups assigned by teacher Choice: select to initiate and then maintain or dissolve o Getting a group together for dinner What are turning points? What do they do? What are some examples? Turning point: moves a relationship toward or away from intimacy Positive points: first kiss, first “I love you,” meeting partner, going on a trip Negative points: disliking a date’s friend or infidelity, moving away What are relationship trajectories? What are the stages of relational escalation? What are the stages of relational de-escalation? Be able to describe differences in relational development. Relational escalation: o Communication helps to move forward from one style to the next 1. Pre-interaction awareness – become aware of the person, no relationship 2. Invitation – flirting, access how much attraction there is 3. Exploration – exchange info about each other, first dates, phone calls, superficial conversation 4. Intensification – further interaction, self disclosure, idolize partner, use “we” 5. Revising – talk about commitment, decide if it should go to the next level 6. Intimate bonding – acceleration of commitment, long term, self disclosure at the highest level Relational de-escalation: What the different elements/types of interpersonal attraction? Physical attraction: the degree to which you find another person attractive o Can induce or reduce the amount of initial reaction you have o Attractive people are more likely to get jobs with face time Proximity: the physical closeness you are to someone else o Ability to be available o You stand closure to someone that you feel more comfortable with Similarity: you tend to be attracted to people who are similar to you o Find a common ground in: age, sense of humor, religious beliefs, interests Credibility, confidence, and charisma: how well you can relate to people and how they receive you
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o When people who have this element they tell you something and you believe it o Charisma: credibility, confidence, and beauty Complementary needs: having the same needs as the other person or that person needing what you have and you what they have o Inclusion – need to include others in our activities Ex. High needs for inclusion matches with others who have that same need o Affection – need to be loved and how we show it Verbal or physical needs o Control – need to make decisions and take responsibility Ex. High and low need works well for control o Reciprocation of liking – whether or not the person wants to see you again Ex. Returning phone calls o Relationship potential – cost v rewards of the relationship
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