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Face Negotiation Theory CMN 101 Communication Theories Monday, July 27, 2009
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Culture and Communication ± What is culture? ± How does culture influence communication? Culture provides its members with an implicit theory about how to behave in different situations and how to interpret others’ behavior in these situations
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Face Negotiation Theory—Overview ± General focus Explaining cultural differences in responses to conflict ± Some specific components Individualism-Collectivism Face and Facework Conflict Management
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Individualism vs. Collectivism ± Individualistic vs. Collectivistic cultures Defining the Self Collectivist: group membership ( we-identity) Individualist: individual traits ( I-identify ) Goal Collectivist: focus on in-group goals Individualist: focus on self goals Communication Collectivist: high-context Individualist: low-context
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Self-Construal: Varied Self-Images within A Culture ± Self-construal: the degree to which people
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course CMN 101 taught by Professor Feng during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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