Interpersonal Communication focuses on the basic processes of interpersonal communication, emphasizing the importance of reciprocal influence processes in face-to-face interaction.
The topics discussed in this book include the manipulation of interpersonal communication; dual aspect of human communication; dimensions of social interaction; nonverbal communication; and social interaction in subhuman primates. The psychotherapy as interpersonal communication; study of disturbed communication in families; and development of interpersonal communication in children are also deliberated. This text likewise covers the cultural differences in interpersonal communication and study of interpersonal processes.
This publication is intended for social psychologists, but is also a good reference for those working in related disciplines that require a social psychological treatment of the subject.
Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1 The Manipulation of Interpersonal Communication Salesmanship The Interrogation of Prisoners Implications and Questions References Chapter 2 The Dual Aspect of Human Communication The Distinction Between Presentation and Representation The Communication of Social Demands The Stage Model of Presentations Conclusion References Chapter 3 Dimensions of Social Interaction The Analysis of Address Systems The Structure of Social Space General Dimensions of Social Interaction Conclusion References Chapter 4 Nonverbal Communication Introduction Proxemics Posture Gaze Direction Paralanguage Movement Inconsistency Among Channels Conclusion References Chapter 5 Social Interaction in Subhuman Primates Elements of Primate Communication Some General Features of Social Interaction Among Primates Conclusion References Chapter 6 Psychotherapy as Interpersonal Communication The Interpersonal Significance of Psychotherapeutic Categories The Tasks of the Therapist Interpersonal Techniques of the Therapist Psychotherapy as a Two-Way Influence Process Conclusion References Chapter 7 The Study of Disturbed Communication in Families Measures of Family Communication Measurement of Communication Content Responsiveness and Disqualification The Double-Bind Concept Confirmation and Disconfirmation Conclusion References Chapter 8 The Development of Interpersonal Communication in Children Early Beginnings The Importance of Role Taking The "Private Speech" Controversy Conclusion References Chapter 9 Cultural Differences in Interpersonal Communication Social Class A Universal Nonverbal Language? The Role of Culture in the Facial Expression of Emotions Con
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