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Seeing Close Relationships. Part connections
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Conveying in Close Relationships Chapter 10

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Understanding Close Relationships Role connections – accomplices are reliant while finishing an assignment

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Understanding Close Relationships Close connections – exist after some time and include associated parts who fulfill each other\'s needs, feel the passionate connection to each other and establish one of a kind correspondence designs

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Unique Communication Patterns The accomplice\'s view of the cooperation The dedication reflected in the collaborations The fulfillment communicated in the communications

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Understanding Close Relationships as social exhibitions Relationships as subjective builds Relationships as phonetic developments Relationships, culture, and sex Relational culture

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Types of Close Relationships Friendship is intentional and gives social support, fraternity, and approval Romantic connections are willful, yet include sexual and sentimental emotions

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Types of Close Relationships Families are interesting cozy connections Membership is both deliberate and automatic

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Types of Close Relationships Often portrayed by family stories Involve ceremonies or rehashed examples of correspondence occasions Everyday associations Traditions Celebrations

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Explaining Communication in Close Relationships Systems hypothesis analyzes connections to living frameworks in six essential ways Wholeness Interdependence Hierarchy

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Explaining Communication in Close Relationships Systems hypothesis looks at connections to living frameworks in six imperative courses Boundaries of openness Calibration or criticism Equifinality

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Explaining Communication in Close Relationships Dialectics hypothesis concentrates on the pressures social accomplices feel accordingly of craving two contradicting things on the double

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Explaining Communication in Close Relationships Most regular social persuasions Autonomy and association Openness and assurance Novelty and consistency

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Dialectics Theory Additional arguments found in kinships Judgment and acknowledgment Affection and instrumentality Public and private Ideal and genuine

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Explaining Communication in Close Relationships Social trade hypothesis – isn\'t only a solitary hypothesis, however a few speculations all progressed in a similar general suppositions of social trade

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Assumptions of Social Exchange Theory People are spurred by prizes and wish to evade discipline People are sound People assess expenses and rewards contrastingly Costs constitute those things in a relationship that individuals judge as pessimistic

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Social Exchange Theory of relationship – individuals remain seeing someone where rewards for being in the relationship exceed the costs Comparison levels Comparison levels for choices

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Stage Models: Step by Step Stages of meeting up Initiating – individuals see each other Experimenting – take part in casual conversation

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Stage Models: Step by Step Intensifying – self-revelation expands closeness Integrating - shape clear way of life as couple Bonding - open responsibility to the relationship

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Stage Models: Step by Step Stages of falling to pieces Differentiating – start to concentrate on their disparities Circumscribing – limiting correspondence to less themes to dodge struggle

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Stage Models: Step by Step Stagnating – express sentiments of not wanting to talk at all Avoiding – remain out of every others environment Terminating – finishing the relationship

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Choices in Communicating in Close Relationships Communication abilities for keeping up connections Preventative upkeep Supportiveness Using amusingness

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Choices in Communicating in Close Relationships Communication aptitudes for repairing connections Metacommunication – correspondence about correspondence Apology as well as records

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