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3-24-11 - Exam 2 March 31st Bring pencil ID Exam review...

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Exam 2 – March 31 st Bring pencil & ID Exam review: Tuesday, March 29 th 2011, 9PM, C&I Building Room 212 by Leon Communication and Relationships Haven’t I seen you somewhere before? Relationship Development “When Harry met Sally” Types of Relationships - dyadic (2 people)/triadic (3 people) - task (co-workers)/social (friends) o task- main focus is getting the job done o social- main focus is hanging out together and having fun - short/long term - casual/intimate o casual – relationship btwn general friends; o intimate – relationship btwn BEST friends; able sharing more personal moments - romantic o engagement, children, etc. might be involved after romantic relationship is involved o able to learn more about the other and the more you learn the more you grow to love - family o this relationship serves as the model of your other future relationships because this is your first relationship with another person o no memory of how they started Stage model stages of relationship development initiation - most important stage is creating immediate judgement - based on stereotypes - happens in the first couple of seconds or minutes of meeting - example of professional relationship: starts with a job interview or job application o hand shake or meeting with the person exploration - exploring possibilities - all about small talk (important)
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- thinking about if you want to start a relationship with them - rituals intensification - whether or not you want to go on - getting used to each other - developing shared rules and/or rituals (making the relationship exclusive) - understandings of each other - developing slang or pet names for each others - professional lifestyle: initial testing period (month or 3 months) if it is a suitable job for you formalization - romantic: - making it real or official (means making it public) - fix the rituals to apply to the rest of your life - professional lifestyle: just stay on the job o get the contract o possibly work harder (depends on the person) redefinition - professional context: asking for a raise after 1 or 2 years o
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