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Cmcl-C 122 - Interpersonal Communication

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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE 20 PTS Note In order to answer these questions well you will need to understand the terms used in each and their distinctions and their implications for communication and culture Do something that will help you recognize the correlations among titles authors and key terms This does not have to take the form of a written list to be turned in although it can this is for you 1 What kinds of speech communities or social groups are you a part of why would they be characterized as such Speech communities group of people share rules for using at least one communication practice they share communicative norms often self identify as a group consider it important to their social life 2 What s the difference between a focused and an unfocused interaction What characterizes an unfocused interaction One sided someone is observing another from afar not a mutual interaction between strangers not necessarily a planned interaction In a room observing how people are sitting dressed What characterizes a focused interaction People coming together for a certain amount of time to address a problem address something 3 What are symbols of category membership what symbolic capital do the groups you are a part of use Differentiate from adults produce identity elements that signal to other people that you belong to a group 4 Do any of these groups define themselves in opposition to other groups How do they show that 5 How does slang function in social groups How does it help to create a sense of identity i uses of slang 1 differentiate from adults 2 produce identity unify differentiate racial and subcultural 3 signal or construct youthful trendiness style 4 achieving interactional goals 6 Does Simmons think that girls are passive and nice Why or why not How can they be mean a girls kept each other in line because they would ignore the new girls and not associate with them if a guy talked to them b girl that is all that is seen as a threat breaks all the unwritten rules



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