Chapter 4 Notes (Part 2)
Chapter 4 Notes (Part 2) HD 204
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Communication Patterns and the Creation of Family Identity Part 2 Family Networks amp Narratives Family Connection Networks Pathways of communication Serve relational amp practical purposes Network structure reflects and reinforces roles and rules TVpes of Networks Chain Network blocks relationships but efficient A lt gt B lt gt C lt gt D Y Network gate keeper of information Alt gtBlt gtC lt gtD lt gt E All Channel Network supports exchanges between or among all family members Wheel Network relies on one family member to serve as the clearinghouse for relaying messages to other family members E l l B lt gt C lt gt D l l A New Media amp Familv Connection Allows families to connect when apart May limit family communication when members are together Narratives Functions of stories To remember To create belonging amp family identity Teach expected behavior amp values Develop amp maintain family culture Provide stability by connecting generations To entertain Stories Answer How the family came to be Are parents really human How does a child become an adult Will the family stand behind its members How does the family handle adversity What does it mean to be a How stories are told Perspective Coordinated multiple perspective Individual one persons perspective Imposed pushing their perspective Gender women are more often the storytellers Ethnicity Content
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