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Trust, Self Disclosure and Spirituality N 310 --Unit 3 Lecture #7 Graham J McDougall With special thanks to Jan Fox RNC, MSN And Stella Logan MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC Veronica Garcia Walker MSN, RN, CNA-BC
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What is this? One’s own behavior influences what happens in his/her life.
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What is this? Outside forces primarily determine what occurs in his/her life.
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According to the lecture what are two types of Control ?
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What is this? Control is distributed unequally. Dominant and submissive roles Advantage: roles are clearly defined Disadvantage: inhibits the independence and creativity of the subordinate member in the relationship
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What is this? Control is equally distributed in the relationship Advantage: Power differences are minimized Disadvantages: Not clear who’s in charge, can be time consuming, may cause conflict (who gets the last word?)
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What is this? There is a conscious effort to share control; control moves back and forth between participants Each member may be dominant or submissive Advantage: Control based on expertise Disadvantage: not as stable as complementary or as equal as symmetrical
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Trust Defined “Trust is defined as an individual’s expectation that he or she can rely on the communication behaviors of others.” (Northouse & Northouse 1998) Exists when behavior is beneficial to the relationship. Belief that events are predictable and people are basically sincere, competent and accepting.
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Conceptual Frameworks Source credibility: “one individual perceives another to have certain positive characteristics. (Can I trust you?) Based on character Behavior is positive, consistent, reliable Credibility testing begins in the orientation (POET) stage of the relationship
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