At the Intersection of Theory and Lived Experience-Praxis:

At the Intersection of Theory and Lived Experience-Praxis:

At the Intersection of Theory and Lived Experience-Praxis:

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At the Intersection of Theory and Lived Experience-Praxis:

COM 2020 Interpersonal Communication- Fall 2016

DUE: Tuesday October 17, 12:00 pm/Drop-Box Submission

(130 points)

*Citing your sources using APA.

Be sure to sure full sentences. Since we are all using a text by the same authors, yet some people are using the 15th Ed while others are using the 13th Ed, your FIRST citation will include the year and page #. There after you need only include your page # for each direct quote:

As:

  • 1st Concept: Identity Management: Identity Management refers to, “the communication strategies that people use to influence how others view them” (2011, p. 62).
    • Dig in- read on and then put in your own words.
  • 2nd Concept: Cognitive Conservatism: The term Cognitive Conservatism describes, “the tendency to seek and attend to information that conforms to an existing self-concept” (p. 53).
    • Dig in- read on and then put in your own words.

Part I. Choose THREE concepts from each chapter (6-7) in your text(90 points)

For each concept:

  • Provide definition from text (cite appropriately* (see above))(5 points ea)
  • Re-phrase in your own words(10 points ea)
    • Succinctly explain how it is YOU understand or how you might describe this concept to another person…. [Consider/anticipate any questions a person might have…could you come up with a metaphor for this concept?]

Part II. Describe an experience from your own life where one of these concepts/habits/behaviorsis/was evident in some way. (40 points)

  • Explain how you now understand/interpret this situation or behavior in new light.
    • Are there ways of thinking, or behaviors, you will shift or change in light of this new understanding?
  • How has understanding this this concept changed your perspective in other areas?

FORMAT EXACTLY AS:

Part I.

Chapter 1:

  • 1st Concept - BOOK DEFINITION AND APPROPRIATE CITATION
    • Defined in your own words. (Remember this is worth 10 points – make sure you have defined it appropriately albeit succinctly
  • 2nd Concept - BOOK DEFINITION AND APPROPRIATE CITATION
    • Defined in your own words. (Remember this is worth 10 points – make sure you have defined it appropriately albeit succinctly

Chapter 2:

  • 1st Concept - BOOK DEFINITION AND APPROPRIATE CITATION
    • Defined in your own words. (Remember this is worth 10 points – make sure you have defined it appropriately albeit succinctly
  • 2nd Concept - BOOK DEFINITION AND APPROPRIATE CITATION
    • Defined in your own words. (Remember this is worth 10 points – make sure you have defined it appropriately albeit succinctly

Chapter 3:

  • 1st Concept - BOOK DEFINITION AND APPROPRIATE CITATION
    • Defined in your own words. (Remember this is worth 10 points – make sure you have defined it appropriately albeit succinctly

 

  • 2nd Concept - BOOK DEFINITION AND APPROPRIATE CITATION
    • Defined in your own words. (Remember this is worth 10 points – make sure you have defined it appropriately albeit succinctly

Part II.

This section you will write out in paragraph style. No less than 3 and no more than 5 paragraphs

NOTE: IMPORTANT:

Points are awarded on the accuracy, depth and quality of your work.

  • The extent to which you engaging with this material?
    • The extent to which you can make broad connections or identify patterns of behaviors across more than one relationship.
    • Your ability to articulate necessary changes or shifts in your own behaviors, thoughts, feelings and actions
    • Your ability to account for your own thoughts, actions, behaviors.
  • Your ability to be SUCCINT. [Be clear, specific – omit extraneous details]. You do not need to spell out the details of an event

 

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