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COM310_ Chapter 7

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Department
Communication
Course Code
COM 310
Professor
Laura Guerrero

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Communicating Closeness Affection and Social Support Dual-Processing Model (figure 7) Communicating Affection ◦ Affectionate communication: behavior that communicates feelings of fondness and positive regard. The Triparte Model of Affectionate Communication ◦ Direct and Verbal ‣ Self-Disclosure ‣ Direct Emotional Expressions - I love you ‣ Compliments and Praise - high regard ‣ Assurances ◦ Direct and Nonverbal ‣ Physical Contact and Close Distancing ‣ Eye Behavior ‣ Vocalic Behavior - high pitched voices ◦ Indirect and Nonverbal ‣ Support Behaviors ‣ Idiomatic Behaviors ◦ The Paradox of Affection - too much affection too soon ◦ Affection and Health • Types of Social Support ◦ Emotional support: expressing care, concern, and empathy ‣ That you understand their emotions and that they are stressed. ◦ Esteem support: used to bolster someone’s self-worth by making her or him feel valued, admired, and capable ◦ Informational support: giving specific advice, including facts and information that might help someone solve a problem ‣ online dating would be the right thing to do soon after a breakup ◦ Tangible aid: providing physical assistance, goods, or services ‣ Giving them something that would help them out ‣ Sometimes the other person doesn't reciprocate ◦ Network support: involves directing someone to a person or group who can help because they have had similar experience ‣ No specific place to go for this situation ‣ So there's may be someone who has had a similar a situation ‣ Give them the right social support at the right time • Invisible vs. Visible Support ◦ The Invisible Support Phenomenon: Support attempts that go unnoticed by recipients are highly effective in reducing distress ‣ Take their mind off by taking them out ‣ Compliment them ◦ Visible support messages are especially ineffective when they imply that the di
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