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Expectancy Violation Theory

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Objectives: Expectancy Violation Objectives: Expectancy Violation Theory (EVT) Theory (EVT) What is the goal (purpose) of EVT? What assumptions guide EVT? What are EVT’s concepts? What is EVT’s explanation? Evaluation of EVT? How does EVT define communication? What are EVT’s metatheoretical assumptions?
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Expectancy Violation Theory (EVT) Expectancy Violation Theory (EVT) Judee Burgoon (1978) “A Communication Model of Personal Space Violations: Explication and an Initial Test”. ( Human Communication Research ) Nonverbal Expectancy Violations Theory
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Goal(s) of EVT Goal(s) of EVT To predict what happens when people’s expectations (for nonverbal behavior) are violated in conversation. To explain how people create meaning when their expectations are violated.
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Focus of EVT Focus of EVT Interpersonal Interaction Proxemic Orientation (Zones)
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Proxemic Research Proxemic Research Proxemic Zones (Edward Hall 1966, 1990, 1992) Intimate distance 0 -18 inches Personal
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