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07 ipc.pp tinterpersonalcom-souza Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Understanding Interpersonal Communication HCOM-100 Instructor Name
  • 2. Communication Principle
  • 3. Understanding Interpersonal Communication
    • What is Interpersonal Communication?
    • Initiating Relationships
    • Maintaining Relationships Through Interpersonal Communication
  • 4. What 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.
  • 5. What is Interpersonal Communication?
    • IPC involves quality.
      • Impersonal communication
    • IPC involves simultaneous interaction between individuals.
    • IPC involves mutual influence between individuals.
    • IPC is the fundamental means we use to manage our relationships.
  • 6. Initiating Relationships
    • Interpersonal Attraction Defined
      • Degree to which you desire to form or maintain an IP relationship
    • Short-Term Initial Attraction
      • Potential for development
    • Long-Term Maintenance Attraction
      • Sustains relationships
  • 7. Elements of IP Attraction
    • Similarity
    • Physical and Sexual Attraction
    • Proximity
    • Complementarity
      • Inclusion
      • Control
      • affection
  • 8. Communicating our Attraction
    • Direct and Indirect Strategies
      • Immediacy
    • Verbal and Nonverbal Cues
  • 9. Getting that First Conversation Going
    • Reducing Uncertainty
      • uncertainty reduction theory
      • Passive, active, interactive strategies
    • What Do You Say First?
    • The Art and Skill of Asking Great Questions
      • conversational narcissism/self-absorbed communicator style
    • The Art and Skill of Giving and Receiving Compliments
  • 10. Maintaining Relationships Through IPC
    • Self-Disclosure Defined
      • We voluntarily provide information to others that they would not learn if we did not tell them
    • Reciprocity in Self-Disclosure
      • We expect others to share similar information
    • Appropriateness in Self-Disclosure
    • Assessing the Risks of Self-Disclosure
    • Self-Disclosure, Intimacy, and Gender
  • 11. Models of Self-Disclosure
    • Social Penetration
      • Developed by Irwin Altman and Dalmas Taylor
      • Illustrates how much and what kind of information we reveal in various stages of relationships
      • Circles represent breadth and depth of penetration
      • Each relationship represents a degree of social penetration
  • 12. Models of Self-Disclosure
    • The Social Penetration Model
  • 13. Models of Self-Disclosure
    • Johari Window
      • Reflects various stages of relational development, degrees of self-awareness, and others’ perceptions of us
      • Square window represents yourself
      • The self encompasses everything about you, including things you don’t realize
  • 14. Models of Self-Disclosure The Johari Window Model
  • 15. What questions do you have?
    • Homework:
      • Reading?
      • Turn in assignments?