g social exchange social penetration CPM etc some different info in overlap

G social exchange social penetration cpm etc some

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lec overlap; plus rel types; other theories of relationships (e.g., social exchange, social  penetration, CPM, etc.), some different info in overlap areas (e.g., declining stages in  rels.) Reading: O&W Ch 8 lec overlap on conflict styles/strategies/outcomes: plus productive vs. unproductive  conflict; triggers; handling conflict (boundaries, climate, tech issues) Midterm Review Session 1 complementing: reinforcing regulate: signal flow of communication  surveys give you correlation, there is a relationship between there is a variable. You  cannot say a causes b relationship then it’s a survey opinions and attitudes experiment you can have causality from them. A causes b whereas a survey  content analysis: cannot imply a relationship with an outside variable it’s a number of times something happens media content not about behavior specific about what you count semantics: what it means in context pragmatics: how its used in the context; euphemism, dysphemism Transactional model: irreversible, no cognition, back and forth (interdependence,  exchange is simultaneous happening at the same time)  Thought (reference) 
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15:01 Symbol                     object (referent)  Speech repertoires: categories of types of speech we use in context Speech accommodation: change the way you talk depending on the situation Code switching: a type of accommodation (ex. Slang)  Act of changing into that speech repertoires  Quid pro quo: keeps the conflict the same, ongoing conflict  Linear model: what is signal? The thing you use to get across your point. Be the communication itself. Communicative act Transmitter -> signal ->receiver  Filtering. The object is where we focus and everything else is background  Self esteem: how you feel about yourself Self efficacy: how much you think you can do Low self efficacy when it comes to skiing  Level of skill you have  Linguistic relativity: intercultural  Attraction similarity hypothesis: the more familiar you are to someone, the more you’re  attracted  Matching hypothesis: you are attracted that are like yourself  Public-private dimension: your background changes so you  Informal vs formal: feel you’re in a place diff atmosphere Interactional: more chronemics  Similarity attraction:  Linguistic relativity: use of language different meaning  Linguistic determinism: broader: your word use determines view Communication acquisition:  Relationship between two people: interpersonal Relational level  Closeness vs openness Self disclosure: teling people things so you become closer Autonomy vs connection Predictability vs novelty 
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Comm 1 (Lecture 9)  15:01 Intercultural/Intergroup Communication 
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Comm 1 (Lecture 9)  15:01 Communicative  Differences Across Cultures  Politeness
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