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  1. Chapter 9 Review Communication and conflict

  2. Conflict and communication • What is an example of an image conflict? • Value conflict? • Relational conflict? • What is an example of symmetrical escalation? • What is Pursuit-Withdrawal • On the explanatory process model, what is the difference between proximal outcomes and distal outcomes? • What are the four parts of the four part model for understanding conflict?

  3. Close relationships Chapter 10 lecture/recap

  4. Relationships and Interpersonal communication • How are they related? • Communication • Indicates close relationships • Develops close relationships • Interpersonal relationship same as interpersonal communication?

  5. Types of relationships • Role relationships vs. Close Relationships • Close relationships = unique communication patterns: • Can the two overlap?

  6. DEFINING/Framing close relationships • Cultural Performances • Cognitive Constructs • Relational scripts • Basic vs. Complex constructs • Linguistic Constructs • Labeling • Gender • Culture • Relational culture • Application Paper #2 • Examples: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFpVrkcJc0k&feature=fvst • Remember Meredith and Cristina? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sa9wfqYyw7U

  7. Types of relationships • Romantic relationships • Families • Defining family • What’s your definition? • Family stories • Example: The Cosby Show • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWXjwTRh0rg • What does the clip say about their relational culture? • Rituals (everyday interactions, traditions, or celebrations)

  8. Communicating in close relationships • Systems Theory • Dialectics Theory • Social Exchanges Theories • Stage Models

  9. Systems Theory • Relationships as living systems • 6 part system • Wholeness • Interdependence • Hierarchy • Boundaries or openness • Calibration or feedback • e.g. communication • Equifinality

  10. Dialectics theory • Autonomy vs. Connection • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4VvAU1OJFg&feature=related(3:20 mark) • Novelty vs. Predictability • For example: romance and surprises  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES2Dkh82ZJk • Judgment vs. Acceptance • Affection vs. Instrumentality • Public vs. Private • Ideal vs. Real

  11. Social exchange theories • Social exchange (costs vs. rewards) • Theory of Interdependence • When costs outweigh rewards • Comparison level • Comparison level of alternatives • Relative power position

  12. Knapp’s stage models Coming Together Coming Apart Differentiating Possible conflict? Circumscribing Stagnating Avoiding Terminating • Initiating • Short-term attraction vs. Long-term attraction • Experimenting • Small Talk • Intensifying • Integrating • Bonding

  13. How To communicate To Begin To maintain and/or repair To maintain Preventative Maintenance (assurance, openness, positivity, sharing tasks, social networking) Support Using Humor To repair Corrective Maintenance Meta-Communication Apology • Networking • Offering • Approaching • Sustaining • Affinity seeking

  14. Application Exercise • Choose a partner • Read story and answer questions • Number responses