SPCM 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intrapersonal Communication, Identity Management, Interpersonal Communication

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Spcm1500 interpersonal communication - uga, spring 2010. Interpersonal ethics and 5 ethical systems (moral imperative; utilitarianism; golden mean; ethic of care; significant choice). Chapter 2 - communication, perception, and the self. Stages in perception (attending and selecting; organizing; interpreting; retrieving). Identity management; face and facework (positive and negative face). Mead"s theory of symbolic interactionism; implicit personality theory (halo effect; positive or negative halo). Gender schema and gender role socialization; homelessness activity (who you would approach and who you would avoid). Deception powerpoint leakage, truth bias, indications of deception. Dimensions of culture - power distance (high or low); masculine vs. feminine culture; collectivism vs. individualism; high vs. low context cultures. Enculturation and acculturation; reasons to study intercultural communication (technological imperative; demographic imperative; economic imperative; peace imperative - outsourcing and global village; self-awareness imperative and ethical imperative). Challenges to intercultural communication - ethnocentrism, stereotyping; anxiety and uncertainty - in- group vs. out-group perspective.

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