Which of the following is the best reducing agent: F2, H2, Na, Na, F? Explain. Order as many of these species as possible from the best to the worst oxidizing agent. Why cant you order all of them? From Table 18.1 choose the species that is the best oxidizing agent. Choose the best reducing agent. Explain.
COMM 215 EXAM 2 NOTES Social Penetration: o As a relationship develops o Not familiar/ intimate to intimate o Communication grows Social Exchange: the outcome in the relationship= rewardcost Comparison Level of Alternatives: o Deals with risk o Looking outside the relationship o Considering what can resolve a relationship o A constant calculation o Evaluate why things are the way they are (staying in a bad relationship) o Explains why people stay or go o Ex: explains why staying in abusive relationships o Explains nature of satisfaction o Help you save relationship Communication Privacy Management Theory: o Sense of ownership to own information o Boundaries are set o Enter into a relationship you give up the ownership of information o Calculate risk benefit ratio o Only will give up information for a positive result o In the relationship there is boundary coordination o If someone doesn’t follow the boundary rules (information not going to travel) = in anger = BOUNDARY TURBULANCE= less trust o The quality of relationships o Close relationship uses boundary coordination Dialectics o A constant tension between two extremes o Visualize never ending game of tugawar o A healthy dialectic is a game of never ending tugawar o Cannot be “onesided” o Ex: Dr. Dolittle “two headed/ two bodied llama” o Cannot be removed from itself o “Public vs. private” o “Connectedness vs. Separateness” o A balance o If you pulled to far to one side of the dialectic= dysfunctional/ fall apart o Looking for natural reoccurring tensions in relationships Generative relationships (family/ ones we don’t pick) vs. Formative Relationships (ones we choose) Interactional view: o When we form a communication unite (a family) that unit functions as a system o Systems theory: bodies tend towards the norm (body is made up on independent and interdependent parts), all have individual jobs, and all need each other to function= maintain homeostasis o The system establishes norms of interaction that produces homeostasis (ex: each member of a family is one of the interdependent/ independent parts) o Given a role that is taken on o Nag withdraw cycle: nagging because disengaged, disengaged because of nagging Nonverbal Communication (EVT) RC Chapter 5, ACT Chapter 3 pages 4751 Interpersonal Relationships RC Chapter 7 Interpersonal Relationships Facework ACT Chapter 4 pages 5561 Interpersonal Relationships Deception OAKS Deception Reading Interpersonal Relationships Social Exchange ACT Chapter 4 pages 6163 Interpersonal Relationships Dialectics ACT Chapter 4 pages 6468