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1 Speech 148 Short Paper #1

2 I. the role of perception of self in interpersonal communication the role of culture in interpersonal communication the role of gender in interpersonal communication non-verbal communication communicative competence II. Watch a movie from the list below (Part III); then, identify and relate the communication problems experienced by one or more of the characters to your own experience and compare the way those problems were resolved in the movie and in your own life. What accounts for the differences in the way they were resolved? (from Inter-Act Web site) III. Watch a movie from the following list and analyze it in terms of one of the topics listed above (under Part I). – Il Postino – Brothers McMullen – Smoke Signals – Gregorio Cortez – Tootsie – Mrs. Doubtfire – Truly, Madly, Deeply – Suggest a movie (get my approval). Here are some very broad topics; you may choose another one, not on the list, with my approval. You will need to narrow the one you choose to suit your interest. After you’ve done so, let me know the thesis you would like to support in your paper before proceeding. Use the MLA style of documentation for this 3-5 page paper. Suggested Topics

3 Thesis (movie option) In the movie Truly, Madly, Deeply Nina’s ability to terminate a relationship that has lingered beyond the grave can be explained in terms of the exchange theory of John W. Thibaut and Harold H. Kelley. Example

4 In-Text Citation Thibaut and Kelley’s exchange theory explains relationships “in terms of the exchange of rewards and costs that takes place during the individuals’ interaction” (Verderber and Verderber 139). Example

5 Corresponding Book Entry on Works Cited List Verderber, Rudolph F., and Kathleen S. Verderber. Inter-Act: Using Interpersonal Communication Skills. 7 th ed. Belmont: Wadsworth, 1995. Example

6 Works Cited List Entry for Film/Video Truly, Madly, Deeply. Dir. Anthony Minghella. Perf. Alan Rickman, Juliet Stevenson. Samuel Goldwyn, 1991. Example


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