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Unformatted text preview: RyTGERs What is interpersonal Comm? 0 Simo’siom\ Approach - Aspects of situation define whether interaction is interpersonal _ Quail“ 93 ‘Inigrmgmm 2K; e ' interaction is interpersonal RgTGERs Situational Approach ' lntrapersonal — You are both sender and receiver of your own messages. - interpersonal (Dyadic) — FtF interaction between two people. 0 Ex. doctor—patient, teacher-student, parent-child — The participants receive mm figl‘oflflx from each other. 429m mg «395mm WWW . — You can maximize the number of channels used. Qy. W (onlou amp wule Situational Approach - Small Group — no limit on the maximum number of people — But, should be small enough to interact freely. — A KngxshSQ Yflxg. amfggfi . ° Organizational — Communication takes place within a strorgquy defined hierarchyr’ m- laws 03m“ <3W2Nu dtpt ! — 3 \ «tom/m vol blcol‘ 4910p?va are (Mics) Nthos 3 hql Srist Emit»: (and) RUIGERS Situational Approach - Face-to-face Public - Speaker acts as sender, passive role of audience - \ w 6 hi Q’n'on - Mediated Public (or Mass) communication — Indirect ways of sending and receiving messages. um Sgt—l Q; mdmm is Magi @qu '4 h ' w ,hn "‘nvolV‘ . QN' plan M papa us hm.de ,‘5‘0 wrM amst RUTGERS. Developmental Approach 0 Initial interactions start out as impersonal; only over time do they develop into interpersonal. - 3 Levels of Data —(‘; mire; I Lula/t Data - general information we make available to most others within our culture - glows“ m ($3M Data - the data based on membership groups to which we belong. —?S% g"ho\o_gjtg‘gl LNV‘Data - based on unique, personal attributes RUTGERS The Role of Interpersonal Com. 0 What is a Relationship? _ A Cm 3mmth 0% bdrmva I 0 The way two people behave toward each other. 0 Interdependence —A ‘~ ‘ hm (Wm/wt - The way we think about our behaviors. Ctowcu ds Minus) 0 RI i (ilemZ—c «mo: gt rtlot‘mshwb eat onal prototype M "Bmugt’f‘t {WWW 10)“ Ch meh 6% Jr L —- A ‘30“ «we 7 0 Creating their own small culture — A collection of radiator r013 -“ Dialectical approach V Ldan.4 mna hm“ im’Perto/fi ‘5 UN“! IDK \K‘} RpTGERs Characteristics of Relationships 0 Begin with awareness. - Develop through giggingxd Mrgwbn. 0 Begin to analyze and evaluate — Relational prototype components ' mflj EELS : words ‘ {X .C‘ bl" has) We ma) ml”) ' characteristics ol‘gmmumgg'h‘ Vg : the behaviors that display an attribute ifldiCQ’W‘ S ‘1‘ .mgwbrohq RpTGERs Characteristics of Relationships - Outside influences — What do you do on the first day of class/school to make new friends? — How do you treat the other person on the first date? — Cultural norms & media models — Family & friends — Economic &~environmental conditions 0 Can control us as much as we control them. - Constructed and maintained through communication ...
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