Study Guides Ch 13, 14, 1 5

Study Guides Ch 13, 14, 1 5 - 3_Double-bind_involve...

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STUDY GUIDE CHAPTERS 13, 14, 15 CH 13: Fill-In-The-Blank 1. Compared to the original "owner" of private information, the second party or recipient is called the _______shareholder_______. 2. Once we are "co-owners" of information, Petronio suggests that three areas or issues must be negotiated. ownership, linkage & ____permeability______. 3. Petronio prefers the term/phrase __________disclosure of private information___________ instead of self-disclosure. 4. ______Turbulence_______is the result of failed coordination. 5. Petronio states that once information is shared, it's unlikely that it will remain____private___or solely personal again. CH 14: Fill-In-The-Blank 1. Communication that neutralizes power is called a ___________one-across_____________ message. 2. A family efforts to maintain the status quo, however dysfunctional, is called ______homeostasis______.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. ______Double-bind____involve mutually exclusive requests. 4. Reframing occurs when one changes the ______punctuation_____. CH 15: Fill-In-The-Blank 1. Dogmatic people generally have wide latitudes of_____rejection_____. 2. A person's _______latitude_______of acceptance, rejection, or noncommitment reflects the cognitive structure of opinions. 3. Someone with high ________ego-involvement__________ likely sees an issue as salient, central or important to their life. 4. The greater the discrepancy, the more hearers will adjust their attitudes in the direction advocated as long as the message falls within their latitude of ______acceptance_____. shareholder punctuation rejection permeability homeostasis disclosure of private information boundary turbulence one-across private double binds latitude ego-involvement acceptance self-esteem context...
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