Why is studying identity important in interpersonal communication?

Explain Communication Theory of Identity

 

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Answer l of the following 2 questions :

1.Explain Politeness theory. In your explanation, include (a) key concepts and their definitions, (b) how the key terms/concepts influence one another, and (c) the assumptions/characteristics of Politeness theory regarding communication. Also, incorporate an example that runs throughout your response to illustrate each of the abstract ideas you are explaining. Sources that must be incorporated into your response are: Chapter 2 of Guerrero et al. (2014), Goldsmith (2008), Miller (2009), and Fowler, Fisher, and Pitts (2014); these sources must be used to support your arguments and explanations.

 

2.Explain Communication Theory of Identity. In your explanation, include (a) key concepts and their definitions, (b) how the key terms/concepts influence one another, and (c) the assumptions/characteristics of Communication Theory of Identity regarding communication. Also, incorporate an example that runs throughout your response to illustrate each of the abstract ideas you are explaining. Sources that must be incorporated into your response are: Chapter 2 of Guerrero et al. (2014),Hecht (1993), and Murray and Kennedy-Lightsey (2013); these sources must be used to support your arguments and explanations.

 

Answer l of the following 2 questions :

1.We discussed the concepts of identity and face (e.g., what are they, how are they reflected in our communication behaviors, how they are shaped, changed, reinforced, etc.). Distinguish these two terms. In other words, in what ways are identity and face referring to the same thing and how do they differ (think about their definitions and uses and how those overlap and do not Overlap). Be sure to incorporate definitions as well as research evidence/results to support your argument.

 

2.Why is studying identity important in interpersonal communication? You may address the benefits of understanding how identity is reflected, enacted, changed through communication, the social implications of the research, how it is related to health and/or relational quality, etc. Do not just enumerate the benefits, explain what they are, why they are important, and provide evidence from the readings to demonstrate the research that has provided this “benefit”.

 

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