Give a detailed account of an episode of an everyday interaction you have experienced in your professional setting or at home, describing the verbal and nonverbal communication. Select two interpersonal communication concepts from the list below to apply to the episode. Then, describe what this episode teaches you about the communication concepts you chose.

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Give a detailed account of an episode of an everyday interaction you have experienced in your professional setting or at home, describing the verbal and nonverbal communication. Select two interpersonal communication concepts from the list below to apply to the episode. Then, describe what this episode teaches you about the communication concepts you chose.

  • Compose a 3- to 5-page paper developing an account and analysis of a common episode of interpersonal communication you have experienced based on the readings in Composing Relationships: Communication in Everyday Life. Include the following in your paper:
    1. Give a detailed account of an episode of an everyday interaction you have experienced in your professional setting or at home, describing the verbal and nonverbal communication.
    2. Select two interpersonal communication concepts from the list below to apply to the episode. Then, describe what this episode teaches you about the communication concepts you chose.

      - Communication spirals - Confirming or disconfirming identities - Face/facework - Identity negotiation - Gendered identities - Levels of meaning (content and relational) - Metacommunication - Nonverbal communication - Power dynamics - Relational dialectics - Relational maintenance - Relational satisfaction - Stereotypes

    3. Evaluate the interpersonal communication in the episode. How did the communication contribute to or detract from developing productive relational satisfaction and climate?
    4. Develop suggestions about how you might use interpersonal communication to bring change and improvement to the communication climate and productivity in your professional setting or at home.
    5. Provide specific examples from your reading in the texts Understanding Interpersonal Communication: Making Choices in Changing Times and Composing Relationships: Communication in Everyday Life.

  • Compose a 3- to 5-page paper developing an account and analysis of a common episode of interpersonal communication you have experienced based on the readings in Composing Relationships: Communication in Everyday Life. Include the following in your paper:
    1. Give a detailed account of an episode of an everyday interaction you have experienced in your professional setting or at home, describing the verbal and nonverbal communication.
    2. Select two interpersonal communication concepts from the list below to apply to the episode. Then, describe what this episode teaches you about the communication concepts you chose.

      – Communication spirals

      – Confirming or disconfirming identities

      – Face/facework

      – Identity negotiation

      – Gendered identities

      – Levels of meaning (content and relational)

      – Metacommunication

      – Nonverbal communication

      – Power dynamics

      – Relational dialectics

      – Relational maintenance

      – Relational satisfaction

      – Stereotypes

    3. Evaluate the interpersonal communication in the episode. How did the communication contribute to or detract from developing productive relational satisfaction and climate?
    4. Develop suggestions about how you might use interpersonal communication to bring change and improvement to the communication climate and productivity in your professional setting or at home.
    5. Provide specific examples from your reading in the texts Understanding Interpersonal Communication: Making Choices in Changing Times and Composing Relationships: Communication in Everyday Life.

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