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1 Review of Chapter 1  What is the difference between interpersonal and intrapersonal communication?  Give me an example of noise (explain specific type)  What is the context? Give me an example of a specific type.  What is the transactional model of communication?  What are the three categories on the Continuum of Interpersonal Communication?

2 COMMUNICATION, PERCEPTION, AND SELF Chapter 2 Recap/Lecture

3 What’s the relationship between the three? DISCUSSION QUESTION:

4 Communication + Perception + Self  Implicit Personality Theory (The Halo Effect)  Cara is friendly, intelligent and ______ Warm? Rude? Bright? Distant?  Attribution Theory  Maya is always grumpy. She never wants to socialize with anyone. When she comes into work and she doesn’t greet anyone, what would you think?  Erica is always very cheerful. She likes to crack jokes and make people smile. When she comes into the office one day and goes straight to her desk (without greeting anyone), what would you think?  Continual Process of Modification  Responding to Stimuli  If I meet a person on Facebook through a group message about reality television.

5 Three-Part Discussion/Application  Perceptions of Self (Self-Concept)  Others’ Perceptions of Us  Perceptions of Others

6 Self-Concept  Permanent?  Symbolic Interactionism Theory (Mead)  Self-Awareness  Self-Esteem  Improving Self Concept  Have desire to change  Decide what you want to change  Set reasonable personal goals  Review and revise

7 Self-Concept  Self-fulfilling prophecy  Identity Management  Facework (Positive vs. Negative)  Working on Identity Management Timing Focusing on Present; Concentrate on the Message Self-Monitoring

8 e.g. positive qualities, flaws, worldview, goals, areas you want to improve upon, etc. Do you think others perceive you in this way? Friends? Strangers? What is your self-concept?

9 Perceptions  Process  Attending and Selecting Selective perception  Organizing Relational Schema Stereotypes  Interpreting  Retrieving Selective Retention

10 Perceptions  Influences  Culture  Sex and Gender Difference between the two? Gender Schema Gender Socialization Examples of Gender Roles

11 Perceptions  Influences  Sense of Self  Physical Factors (e.g. age, health) What if a 80 year old was in a night club?  Technology (how we use it; what it means to use it) What if I didn’t have a cellular phone? What if I had a flip phone? What if I didn’t have Facebook or Twitter?

12 Perceptions of Others  Watch the clip (Beginning and 7:20 mark)  Think about your perceptions of both individuals communicating  How do those perceptions impact your willingness to communicate with them?  How do your perceptions impact how you would communicate with them?  How do you think their perceptions impacted how they communicated with each other?

13 Improving Perceptions  Understand Personal Worldview  Realize Incompleteness of Perception  Seek Explanation and Clarification  Distinguish Fact from Inference

14 Perceptions of Dr. Goldman  Initial thoughts? Why?  Have they changed? Why?  What if I sent you a Facebook Request, with the username: Adria “I’m so fly” Goldman  What if my phone rung in class and my ringtone was your favorite song?

15 Perceptions of Others  Application Exercise #1a (worth 10 points total; 5 for each part):  Talk with two of your close friends. Ask about their perceptions of you now. Ask how it compares to their perceptions when you two first met.  We will compare these responses to the responses from your classmates (to understand the role of relational history, relational uniqueness, and relational rules)  Part 2 (#1b) will be completed in class

16 Your Perceptions of Others/Others’ Perceptions of You  Activity: Find out how others in our class perceive you. How do you perceive them?  Converse with 4 of your classmates  Ask how they perceive you; share how you perceive them  Mention if your perception has changed any from the first day of class  Be KIND; Constructive feedback  Note the type of communication (interpersonal or impersonal)

17 Did the perceptions of others change your self- concept? Revisit Self-Concept Notes

18 Shaping Perceptions  Technology; how do we use technology to shape others’ perceptions of who we are?  Application Exercise #2 (Worth 10 points): Draw out a profile for Dr. G’s Class Social Networking Site. After creating your profile, answer these questions:  What image were you trying to create?  How did you want others to perceive you?  As a class, we’ll discuss if it worked (how did we perceive the profiles and did it impact how we would communicate with you)

19 Example: Draw out the “profile” Type of picture? Username? Tagline? About me: Likes/Dislikes/Hobbies Favorite Quotes/Movies/Music


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