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Jensen Communication take many forms, but are all apart of, the act of of creating and sharing meaning Comm is at the heart of interpersonal process Interpersonal communication: Situational approach: looks at external characteristics; number of people involved as well as physical proximity Developmental approach: you define I. Situational approach: Distinguishing between different forms of communication, including interpersonal, intrapersonal, dyadic, small-group, organizational, face-to-face public, and mass media, both traditional and new.
I thought that even if you had multiple people it was interpersonal communication. I also though it was wild to think about the interpersonal communication you have with yourself.
I believe it could be argued that communication with yourself could also be dyadic. I believe having quality interpersonal communication within an organization is extremely important to the quality of communication in the org as well as the overall success. I love organizational comm and look forward to the next section. Intrapersonal communication: thinking to yourself, individual when sending and receiving messages thoughts to yourself.
Dyadic communication: spontaneous and informal, maximum feedback from other person. Flexible roles both parties sending and receiving. Small-Group communication: when a third or more person enters a conversation. Group sizes can vary, everyone can interact freely Small-group comm is generally psychologically more difficult to handle than dyads Organizational communication: occurs in complex organizations such as large business and industries and government institutions Involves the Organizational culture Interpersonal relations are involved with coworkers as well as the organization itself Rules for behavior are more formalized Face to Face public communication: single speaker addresses a large group of individuals simultaneously.
Speaker acts as primarily a sender Audience generally takes on a more passive receiver role. Many other interactions are particularly interpersonal in nature. Validation of my first reflection in this weeks readings. The developmental approach to interpersonal Communication: Quality dimension to interpersonal comm Interactions start out as impersonal, and transition and develop into interpersonal situations.
Friend jerry from China moved here as a freshman with me and friends in the dorms. Although he knew English fairly well it took a while for Jerry to adapt to our cultural communication norms. Some language that we use like slang terminology or abbreviations that took him a little loner to grasp. It makes sense that two people when they become close they develop shared perceptions and create roles that alow them to be together.
Collections of contradictory forces: dialogues between opposing voices that express different contradictory pulse.
The balance of interdependence and independence. Interpersonal relationships develop through coordinated interaction joint actions instead of individual interaction as a game 3. Which Is kind of a trivial idea but learning about the natural language labels, the facebook situation is just an example of phenomenon that has been happening since interpersonal relationships have been around.
Our relationships are influenced by outside forces Cultural norms and media models Involvement of family and friends Economic and environmental conditions 5. Our relationships can control us as much as we control them. Take on a life of there own 6. Relationships are constructed and maintained through communication life blood communication we refine and re-create relationships every time we communicate.
Rewards its own intrinsic worth Members are irreplaceable Particular way of knowing the other Rules of governing behavior are individualistic Sentimental tone to the relationship EX: marital pairs, best friends, kinship pairs Public: members are related in impersonal ways, and easily substitutable Generalize class membership to make sense of each other Members are autonomous Way of knowing the other is universal Normative rules of governing behavior Practical tone to the relationship Rewards are extrinsic EX: strangers, acquaintance, colleagues, work partners 1.
Over time, relationships will fluctuate and change. Constant adjustment through transitions and new dimensions in the relationship 3. Different skills and sensitivities are needed for different kinds of relationships. Set and achieve goals, satisfying your needs and the need of your partner.
Creative problem solving Role competence is another ability that helps us as we build and maintain a relationship. Knowing when and how to follow social norms Minimally competent: individuals are inflexible, force partners to take on particular roles. Satisfactorily competent: value flexibility and who are willing to change if they sense reciprocal Message Competence is also necessary in interpersonal relationships Individual competence that can help us build relationships is self-competence Characteristics of healthy relationships 1.
There is a mutual understanding or shared perception of where the relationship stand and where the relationship is heading. There are clear rules and norms of behavior that have been mutually agreed upon by both parties and that work to benefit the relationship -give a measure of security and predictability. It is crucial to have a shared relational work ethic. There is a need to Communicate about communication. Share this:.
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