Identity & Relationship STU

Identity & Relationship STU - Conceptualizing Identity...

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Conceptualizing Identity and Relationship
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Interpersonal Goals Identity / self presentation Task / instrumental Relationship / relational
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Identities We can answer the question “who am I?” in multiple ways because we have multiple identities. Which identities are useful for understanding oneself from a communication perspective?
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Multiple Identities Stable, pre-existing Social group Personal features Situational, negotiated
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Role Subset of salient identities in any given  interaction Role played in particular situation affects: - - - - -
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Perception Social Cognition Schemata -schemata schemata (scripts) schemata (stereotypes) schemata schemata
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Cognitive Processes Interpersonal Expectancies Stereotyping Attributions Person Perception
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Stereotype A conventional, formulaic and oversimplified Preconceptions and expectations for interaction and relationship Categorization
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