Communication in Society
Communication in Society COMM 200
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Announcements III Quiz 2 is active it will be open on Carmen until lOpm Saturdav niqht III Quiz 3 will be active on Monday at 12pm and be active until Thursday evening 10pm Uncertainty Reduction Theory Uncertainty Reduction Theory Berger Uncertainty Reduction Axioms and Theorems A Theory in Axiomatic Form I A Theory in Axiomatic Form II A Theory in Axiomatic Form III Axioms Produce Propositions Deriving Propositions from Axioms I Deriving Propositions from Axioms II Social Information Processing SIP Theory Ei anissr 5 I 5quot 47A Social Information Processing SIP Theory Walther Cues Filtered Out Claims of Limitations of CMC SIP Key Assumption Comparing FTF and CMC Two assumptions of SIP Two assumptions of SIP One Step Further The Hyperpersonal Perspective Chapter 12 Relational Dialectics Relational Dialectics Role of Contradiction Dialectics that Affect Relationships Dialectics that Affect Relationships Dialectics that Affect Relationships Examples The Messiness of Personal Relationships Ways people handle the tensions Relationship Development Social Penetration Theory Social Exchange Theory Uncertainty Reduction Theory Social Penetration Theory and Social Exchange Theory Social Penetration Theory SPT Altman amp Taylor Assumptions of SPT Different Levels of Self SelfDisclosu re The Onion Analogy Observations about Social Penetration Processes Social Exchange Theory Thibaut amp Kelly How Do We Assess Outcomes I How Do We Assess Outcomes II Optimum Stability Communication Privacy Management Theory Petronio Communication Privacy Management Theory Privacy Rules Communication Privacy Management Theory Boundaries Uncertainty Reduction Theory Uncertainty Reduction Theory Berger Drive for Uncertainty Reduction Explaining Uncertainty InformationSeeking Strategies Uncertainty Reduction Axioms and Theorems A Theory in Axiomatic Form I A Theory in Axiomatic Form II A Theory in Axiomatic Form III Axioms Produce Propositions Deriving Propositions from Axioms I Deriving Propositions from Axioms II