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2 Understanding Interpersonal Communication in Relationships Chapter 7Understanding Interpersonal Communication in Relationships
5 Communication Principles Be aware of yourcommunicationAppropriatelyadapt yourmessage to othersEffectively use andinterpret verbalmessagesListen and respond thoughtfully to othersinterpret nonverbal
6 Understanding Interpersonal Communication What Is Interpersonal Communication?Initiating RelationshipsMaintaining Relationships ThroughInterpersonal Communication
7 What Is Interpersonal Communication? Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationWhat Is Interpersonal Communication?Interpersonal communication is a special form of unmediated human communication that occurs when we interact simultaneously with another person and attempt to mutually influence each other, usually for the purpose of managing relationships.
8 What Is Interpersonal Communication? Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationWhat Is Interpersonal Communication?IPC involves quality.impersonal communicationIPC involves simultaneous interaction between individuals.IPC involves mutual influence between individuals.IPC is the fundamental means we use to manage our relationships.
10 Initiating Relationships Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationInitiating RelationshipsInterpersonal Attraction Defineddegree to which you desire to form or maintain an IP relationshipShort-Term Initial Attractionpotential for developmentLong-Term Maintenance Attractionsustains relationships
11 Elements of IP Attraction Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationSimilarityPhysical and Sexual AttractionProximityComplementarityinclusioncontrolaffection
12 Communicating Our Attraction Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationDirect and Indirect StrategiesImmediacyVerbal and Nonverbal Cues
13 Getting That First Conversation Going Reducing Uncertaintyuncertainty reduction theorypassive, active, interactive strategies
14 Getting That First Conversation Going What Do You Say First?The Art and Skill of Asking Great Questionsconversational narcissism/self-absorbed communicator styleThe Art and Skill of Giving and Receiving Compliments
15 Maintaining Relationships Through IPC Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationMaintaining Relationships Through IPCSelf-Disclosure Definedwe voluntarily provide information to others that they would not learn if we did not tell themReciprocity in Self-DisclosureAppropriateness in Self-DisclosureAssessing the Risks of Self-DisclosureSelf-Disclosure, Intimacy, and Gender
16 Models of Self-Disclosure Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationModels of Self-DisclosureSocial Penetrationdeveloped by Irwin Altman and Dalmas Taylorillustrates how much and what kind of information we reveal in various stages of relationshipscircles represent breadth and depth of penetrationeach relationship represents a degree of social penetration
17 Models of Self-Disclosure Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationModels of Self-DisclosureThe Social Penetration ModelSuperficialEarly in a relationshipIntimateVeryAs the relationship developsVeryIntimate
18 Models of Self-Disclosure Chapter 7: Understanding Interpersonal CommunicationModels of Self-DisclosureJohari Windowreflects various stages of relational development, degrees of self-awareness, and others’ perceptions of ussquare window represents yourselfthe self encompasses everything about you, including things you don’t realize
19 Models of Self-Disclosure The Johari Window ModelOPENBLINDHIDDENUNKNOWNKnown toOthersNot Known to OthersKnown to SelfNot Known to Self