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HSV130 Interviewing and Interpersonal Communication. Spring Semester, 2009 Jim Wilwerding, M.Div., MA, LMHC,CADC, NCC. The Essential Elements of Interviews. Interactional Exchanging/sharing of roles, responsibilities, feelings, beliefs, motives, and information. Process

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Hsv130 interviewing and interpersonal communication

HSV130 Interviewing and Interpersonal Communication

Spring Semester, 2009

Jim Wilwerding, M.Div., MA, LMHC,CADC, NCC


The essential elements of interviews

The Essential Elements of Interviews

  • Interactional

    • Exchanging/sharing of roles, responsibilities, feelings, beliefs, motives, and information.

  • Process

    • Dynamic, continuing, ever-changing interaction of variables

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


The essential elements of interviews1

The Essential Elements of Interviews

  • Parties

    • Regardless of the number of people involved, interviews always involve two Parties

    • Interviewing is a Dyadic process

  • Purpose

    • Predetermined and serious purpose distinguishes an interview from social conversation.

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


The essential elements of interviews2

The Essential Elements of Interviews

  • Questions

    • Asking and answering questions are part of all interviews

    • Various types of questions serve particular purposes for both the interviewer and the interviewee

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


Interview

Interview

  • An interview is an interactional communication process between two parties, at least one of whom has a predetermined and serious purpose, that involves the asking and answering of questions.

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


Relational communication

Relational Communication

  • Relationship is inherent in this definition of interviewing due to the interactional and dyadic elements of intervies

    • Intimate relationships

    • Casual relationships

    • Distant/Formal relationships

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


Dimensions of relationships

Dimensions of Relationships

  • Similarity

  • Inclusion/Involvement

  • Affection

  • Control

  • Trust

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


Cultural and gender differences in relationships

Cultural and Gender Differences in Relationships

  • Cultures view relationships differently

    • U.S.—numerous friendly, informal relationships with focus on looks, create and discard relationships frequently

    • Arab—develop relationships quickly but belief friends have a duty to help one another

    • Chinese—develop strong, long-term relationships and see them “filled with obligations.”

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


Cultural and gender differences in relationships1

Cultural and Gender Differences in Relationships

  • German—develop relationships slowly due to importance of relationships—more formality for longer period of time in establishing a relationship

  • Japanese—prefer not to interact with strangers or foreigners, take a long time to develop trust

  • Australian—deeper, long-lasting commitments

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


Cultural and gender differences in relationships2

Cultural and Gender Differences in Relationships

  • Gender differences

    • Women use communication as a primary way of establishing relationships

    • Men tend to use communication to “exert control, preserve independence, and enhance status.” (p. 9)

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


Electronic interviews

Electronic Interviews

  • Telephone

  • Cell Phone

  • Videoconference

  • ICN

  • Internet

All slides based on Interviewing: Principles and Practices, by Charles J.Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr. (2008)


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