Unit 2 Test Review Sheet
1. What factors influence self-presentation? How do they influence self-presentation? * Personality: play big role in your sense of who you are * Gender roles
* Cultural roles
* Reflected appraisal: your self based on responses you get from people * Social comparison: compare you to others, how they act and that affects you. 2. What is the Johari window and how does it relate to self-presentation? * knowing a lot about yourself and aspects of your self are know to you and others * some aspects that you don’t want others to know so try to hide it. 3. What is the Dramaturgical perspective? How does it relate to self-presentation? * theatrical metaphor of stage, actor, and audience to observe and analyze social interactions. * Self is made up of various parts people play, want to present them in creating and sustaining particular impressions. 4. Be prepared to name and explain the six elements of the dramaturgical perspective. * Actor
* Script: interpersonal expectancy
* Performance: ends up being
5. What face needs do people have?
* Fellowship: need for companionship, want to spend time with us * Autonomy자율성: needs to be seen as incontrollable both you and situation * Competence: desired to be seen as intelligent.
6. How do people tend to respond to face threats?
* respond in ways that save face.
7. What are the main strategies of self-presentation and how do they work? * online
* intimate relationship
8. What is the difference between inauthentic and authentic ingratiation?
9. What approaches to self-promotion might someone use?
10. How can one use association with others to improve one’s image?
11. How does context influence self-presentation?
12. How does online self-presentation differ from face-to-face self-presentation?
13. How does culture influence self-presentation?
14. Be prepared to explain the seven individual personality differences discussed in class and how they influence IPC. a. Machiavellian behavior: tendency to manipulate people, high mach: comfortable with deceit and using flattery to achieve interpersonal goals, assume people are immoral, cynicism and mistrust b. Self-monitoring behavior: degree to which you pay attention to your behaviors and how others respond to you, high self-monitors: highly adaptable, place emphasis, keep conversations flowing. c. Locus of control: level of compliance behaviors and persistence in pursuing goals, internal: believe efforts and achievement will be rewarded, external: rely on fate and destiny. d. Argumentativeness: motivation to defend ones own view and attack the position of others, approaching: debate and attack ideas not people, see both sides, less likely to be verbally aggressive e. Communication Apprehension: level of anxiety experienced over how to behave in particular situations, high anxiety: fewer friends and relationships, peak less frequently f. Loneliness: emotional pain experienced due to differences btw desired and actual relationships, chronic loneliness: negative view of self, less self-disclosure, tend to engage in behaviors that increase loneliness, situational loneliness: temporal, goes away. g. Narcissism: love of self, nigh: believe they are special and unique, want attention and admiration, increase sense of entitlement. 15. What are the basic principles of self-disclosure?
* intentional, truthful, varies in breadth & depth & relationships, follows process, reciprocal, serve many purposes, influenced by cultural and gender roles.
16. What does Social Penetration Theory reveal about self-disclosure? * how relationships grow through self-disclosure and vulnerability. * Relationships in costs and rewards
17. What is the...
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