Functions of Interpersonal Communication
Functions of Interpersonal Communication CDFS 3330
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Date Created: 09/05/16
Ch. 3 Notes CDFS 3330-001 Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships 9/1/16 “Functions of Interpersonal Communication” >Functions of i.c.: -Meet social and psychological needs -Achieve goals -Develop a sense of self (identity in social networks) - Acquire information -Reciprocity (influence others/others influence us) >Principles/Characteristics of I.C. (from the textbook): -It is continuous -It is transactional (give and take) -It is irreversible -It is situated (within a time, place and with people: speaking with friends versus speaking with grandparents) -It is indexical (Measure of a person’s place/time or the dynamics of the situation in conversation) >Principles from other sources: -I.C. has a purpose - It is learned - It is relational: Complementary Exchange: Boss/employee relationship Symmetrical Exchanged: Same level (friends) -I.C. messages vary n conscious encoding (how you are going to send your message): Spontaneous Scripted Contrived (lecture) -I.C. can and does go wrong (Beth Emery’s principle) >Ethical Communication: -Truthful and honest -Act with integrity -Behaving fairly -Demonstrate respect -Responsible (for self-actions) -Are empathetic >The Awareness Wheel (Exercise packet) -Developed by Miller, Nunnely, and Whackman 1 -Sensations (sensing) -Interpretations (thoughts) -Feelings (emotions) -Intentions (wanting: short or long-term) -Actions (doing: past, present, or future…planned) 2
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