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  • #1 (after bullet #2): - Everything involved in interpersonal communication is in a state of flux. - One person’s message serves as the stimulus for another’s message, which in turn serves as a stimulus for the first person’s message - Each person simultaneously serves as a speaker and a listener #2 (after last bullet): - Each element is intimately connected to the other parts and to the whole
  • #1 (Before 1st bullet): - Each interpersonal communication act is purposeful… each has a purpose or a combination of purposes - There are 5 main purposes #2 (After 2nd bullet): - Your beliefs, attitudes, and values are more influenced by interpersonal encounters than by media or education - It helps you learn how you appear to others #3 (After 3rd): - A large portion of interpersonal communication is persuasive
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    • 1. Chapter 1: Foundations of Interpersonal Communication (part 2 ) By: Julie Kahn, Maher Jada, Jimena Galvan, Scott Metts, and Gerardo Garcia
    • 2. Interpersonal Communication is a Transactional Process
      • A Transactional Perspective : view of communication as an ongoing process in which all elements are interdependent and influence one another
        • Interpersonal communication is an ever-changing circular process
          • It is a mutually interactive process
        • Not only are individuals interdependent, but the varied elements are as well
    • 3. Interpersonal Communication is Purposeful
      • To Learn :
        • Interpersonal Communication enables you to better understand not only the external world, but also yourself
      • To Relate:
        • Interpersonal Communication is at the core of establishing and maintaining close relationships
      • To Influence:
        • You influence the attitudes and behaviors of others in interpersonal encounters
      • To Play:
        • Interpersonal Communication provides a necessary balances and gives your mind a needed break from other pressures and obligations
      • To Help:
        • Provides guidance for everyday problems
    • 4. Ambiguity
      • Examples…
        • Soon
        • Right Away
      • All Messages are ambiguous
      • Do you know what I mean?
      • Relationship Uncertainty Scale
        • What can or cant you say to each other in this relationship?
        • Do you and this person feel the same way about each other?
        • How would you and this person describe this relationship?
        • What is the future of the relationship?
    • 5. Interpersonal Relationships may be Symmetrical or Complementary
      • Symmetrical Relationships - the two individuals mirror each other’s behaviors
        • The relationships is one of equality
      • Complementary Relationships - the two individuals engage in different behaviors
        • The behavior of one person stimulates the other’s complimentary behavior
        • Created by Cultures: The complimentary relationship between teachers and students
    • 6. Interpersonal Communication Refers to Content and Relationships
      • A simple messages always contains a content aspect and a relationship aspect
        • The Content Aspect is what the conversation is about
          • Messages refer to the real world
        • The Relationship Aspect signifies the relationships between the communicators
    • 7. Interpersonal Communication is a Series of Punctuated Events
      • Communication events are continuous transactions
        • There is no clear-cut beginnings or endings
      • Punctuation : tendency to divide communication transactions into sequences of responses
        • What is a punctuated event?
    • 8. Punctuated Events
      • Research shows that among married couples, the individual sees their partner’s behavior as the cause of the conflict
      • Punctuation is generally done in ways that benefit the self
      • It is essential in achieving empathy
    • 9. Interpersonal Communication Is…
      • Inevitable
      • Irreversible
      • Unrepeatable
    • 10. Inevitability
      • A principle of communication holding that:
        • Communication cannot be avoided
          • All behavior in an interactional setting is communication
      • Any aspect of your behavior may communicate if the other person gives it message value
        • All responses have potential message value as well
    • 11. Irreversibility
      • What you have communicated remains communication; you cannot un communicate
        • Electronic messages are virtually impossible to destroy
        • Electronic messages can easily be made public
      • You can try to qualify, negate or reduce the effects of you message
        • But the message itself can never be reversed
    • 12. Unrepeatability
      • Everyone and everything is constantly changing
      • You can never recapture the exact same situation, frame of mind, or relationship dynamics… can never repeat the experience of:
        • Meeting someone for the first time
        • Comforting a grieving friend
        • Resolve a specific conflict