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COMT 4/510 Advanced Interpersonal Communication Perception: Culture and Family. culture = an accumulated pattern of values, beliefs and behaviors, shared by an identifiable group of people who share 1) a common history, and 2) a verbal and nonverbal symbol system.

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culture = an accumulated pattern of values, beliefs and behaviors, shared by an identifiable group of people who share 1) a common history, and 2) a verbal and nonverbal symbol system.

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microculture = exists within a culture but has its own distinct norms.

co-cultures = several microcultures existing within the framework of a culture.

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Peace

  • Individual
  • Religion
  • Wealth
  • Family
  • Security
  • Education
  • Meaning of work
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Superior/inferior

  • The beautiful
  • The economy
  • Trickle-down
  • Recreation
  • What is polite
  • Purpose of the military
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Time differences among cultures

  • be on time
  • each thing has its own time
  • hanging loose
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Perceived cultural differences

  • high/low context
  • individualistic/collective
  • challenge authority
  • different norms
  • tendency to approach/avoid others
  • content
  • relational differences
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Effects of uncertainty about . . .

  • Feelings
  • attitudes
  • politics
  • activities
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England suggests that equality is not so much “we are all the same” as it is we are in this together. How our community turns out depends upon all of us.

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Culture and communication are inseparable

  • Cultures generate their own symbols, rituals, customs, formats . . .
  • every culture has its own communication style . . .
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Body Problems

body problems involve issues with location in a family

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control

body problems

predictable

unpredictable

disciplined

(regimentation)

dominating

(force)

dissociated

lacking

desire

body-relatedness

mirroring

(consumption)

communicative

(recognition)

productive

associated

monadic

dyadic

other-relatedness

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Stone - impact of family stories.

Birthdate/Where were you born?

Parents and Grandparents names, What did they do for a living?

One memory about each

Where did you go to school? what did you like about school? Least?

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What was your favorite activity as a child?

Describe the house/town you grew up in.

What made you afraid when you were a child?

First date?

Describe your best childhood friend.

What has changed most in your life?/ What would you change?

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DeGenova & Rice suggest that parental socialization is one of the strongest influences in determining children's family formation behavior. Respond.

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From our family we usually learn:

  • how gender is played out
  • how to deal with loss
  • how ethnic differences are perceived
  • how and if affection is shared
  • how family boundaries are managed
  • how to deal with conflict