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Interpersonal Relationships in an Intimate Context - Personal relationships are central to being human. We have relationships of so many kinds and maintain so many roles throughout our daily lives. We are expected to be a successful communicator as coworkers, parents, children, friends, siblings, and intimate partners. Interpersonal communications investigates both nonverbal and verbal message exchange between two people regardless of their relationship. Interpersonal communications is a fairly new profession and field of study but it is one that applies to all....   [tags: personal relationships,interpersonal communication] 1321 words
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Five Stages of Interpersonal Relationships - My first interview was with, Jennifer she is a married 29 year old, with one child. They have been married for five years. The relationship she is in seems to fall right into place with the five stages of interpersonal relationships that are in the book: Contact, involvement, intimacy, deterioration, and repair. The relationship seems to be built on a solid foundation of trust.      The relationship started when the two met in college. The attraction theory was in effect when she saw his muscular body and great smile as he stared at her with his soft and genuine eyes....   [tags: Interpersonal Relationships Essays] 963 words
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The Importance of Interpersonal Relationships - There comes a point in one’s life when one needs to be touched and consoled by another. In the quest for belonging, one seeks to understand who and what they are, and one can only determine their existence through interpersonal relations. Interpersonal relationships are an essential part of our everyday life. Not only do they provide us with distinct characteristics of whom and what we are, but they enable us to understand and relate with others. When we master the art of relating and creating healthy relationships, our world around us becomes relatively easy to cope with, and we find a sense of our true belonging....   [tags: Interpersonal Relations]
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Interpersonal Relationships in the Workplace - Interpersonal Relationships are one of the most important things in business and everyday life. A positive interpersonal relationship provides countless opportunities while a negative interpersonal relationship limits opportunities. Interpersonal relationships can be built with many different forms of communication but self-concept and self-disclosure play two of the biggest roles in forming positive interpersonal working relationships. Self-concept can be described as how a person views themselves....   [tags: Self-Concept, Self-Disclosure] 518 words
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Conflict in Interpersonal Relationships - Conflict in Interpersonal Relationships Conflict. It could happen with a friend, romantic partner, co-worker, or complete stranger. There are many researchers out there who study conflict and all of the aspects to it. One thing that is clear is that conflict is inevitable in every interpersonal relationship, and it requires understanding, management, and reconciliation to prevent damage to the relationship. Dean Tjosvold and Lin Wang both of Lingnan University out of Hong-Kong wrote Developing a Shared Understanding of Conflict: Foundations for Sino-Western Mediation....   [tags: Understanding, Management, Reconcilation]
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Interpersonal Relationships: Intimacy - The interpersonal relationship is a solid, deep-rooted and joined between two or more people that range to brief, lengthy even long-term relationships. This alliance may be built on reasoning, love, mutual agreement and support, whether it is a business exchange, or various forms of social responsibility. Interpersonal relationships are found in every social cultural. The circumstances can differ from family to empathy, friendship, and marriage, relations with acquaintances, co-workers, communities, and house of worship....   [tags: married couples, dating] 1329 words
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Role of Conflict in Shaping Interpersonal Relationships - In contemporary times, interpersonal relationships are the most important part of the human social life. Take the example of the popular culture; films and popular songs are popular among all cultures. With these, the themes of life and enduring families are very common. In fact, these, love and family, are the themes to the greatest films (such as Titanic and Avatar) and the best songs. However, these relationships are often punctuated by conflicts. This paper will show that conflict plays a defining role in interpersonal relationships using demonstrations from the film Good Will Hunting....   [tags: self-sabatoge, guilt, potential]
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TRUST AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND IDENTIFYING ISSUES - TRUST AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS When working in teams, is trust assumed or do team members have to earn trust. As in all aspects in life involving people’s trust is in no way just given but obtained by earning it. Trust among individuals is dynamic and through similar experience it is earned. Nevertheless, trust cannot be clarified exclusively through the interaction among individuals, but also through incredibly private points of view. We are inclined to trust individuals who we regard as trustable....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Cultural Differences and Interpersonal Relationships - In life we sometimes experience cultural differences. In The Joy Luck Club Amy Tan shows how mother daughter relationships are affected by these cultural differences. Therefore each of the mothers and daughters has a different view on their Chinese culture. Lindo Jong is the mother of Waverly. Lindo believes that her daughter should be the best of the best at something like all the other Chinese girls she knows of. Lindo also believes that Waverly should marry a Chinese man and is in a constant argument with her about marrying an American man....   [tags: Literary Themes] 614 words
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The Negative Impact of Technology on Interpersonal Relationships - Over the last century, information technology, such as the Internet, has brought our society forward and helps us get through life more efficiently and conveniently. In addition, it helps making global communication easier and faster as compared to hand-written mails that may take days if not weeks to reach its intended recipient. However, with such luxury and convenience, there is a debate whether the way we currently interact with fellow human beings with the help of technology is good or bad to our personal relationships....   [tags: Internet, Online] 1014 words
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Autism Spectrum Disorder and Interpersonal Relationships - For many of us while growing up school was a place to grow, to play, and to learn with those around us. When we were younger we spent time playing with all the different toys and spending time with our friends. As we grew older, we spent even more time expanding our social skills and finding ways to learn about ourselves through others. However, for the nearly one in every one hundred and fifty children (Mazurik-Charles, 2010) this is more easily said than done. Children with autism have difficulty reading social cues, initiating, sustaining, or terminating a conversation appropriately with peers (Boutot, 2007)....   [tags: Diseases/Disorders]
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Interpersonal Skills Help Relationships - Interpersonal Skills Daily interactions with the people around us are unavoidable. Unless we purposely isolate ourselves either physically or mentally, learning how to interact with those around us is crucial to building successful relationships in both personal or professional lives. Although interpersonal skills are inherent, like any other skills, some are more adept at it than others. Improving interpersonal skills ensure a more healthy relationship and create a firmer with our those we deal on a daily basis....   [tags: self-management, awareness, social skills] 1826 words
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Research Studies Relating to Interpersonal Relationships - Research Studies Relating to Interpersonal Relationships Psychologists as reasons why one individual is attracted to another have listed a number of factors. Surprisingly proximity is cited as a major component in the development of relationships. Festinger et al found in a study of married graduate students, that close friends who lived in the same building were twice as likely to be living on the same floor as living on another. All the graduate students had been assigned their housing randomly therefore this suggests that the frequency of meetings between individuals has a big effect on the relationship....   [tags: Papers] 1053 words
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Effective Leadership Means Creating Interpersonal Relationships - To be an effective leader the person has to have skills and qualities in them. It is hard to quantify the value of interpersonal relationship but without this relationship the productivity can suffer a lot. The leader should be able to create a good employee relationship which ultimately helps to create an enjoyable work environment. If the employee feels threat of communicating what they want to communicate then their behavior will be defensive. Employees use these mechanisms by not providing response on their assigned task and ignore the leader....   [tags: communication, supportive, body language] 541 words
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Interpersonal Relationships In Swamp Angel and Fifth Business - Interpersonal Relationships In Swamp Angel and Fifth Business In the novel Swamp Angel the main character, Maggie, asserts that "swimming is like living , it is done alone". This is, in fact, a very telling statement with respect to the life of both Maggie and the life of Dunstan, the main character in the novel The Fifth Business. Maggie's comparison of life to swimming raises interesting points about the way in which each of the two characters proceed along the road of life. Maggie's statement is actually a simile which compares swimming alone to living life....   [tags: essays papers] 1447 words
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Adult Attachment Theory in a Romantic Relationship - Humans are innately born to interact with others to understand the different views of perspective, and learn the cooperation and engagement through developing interpersonal relationship with others. Interpersonal relationship is an association which is formed in two or more people based on love, support, or even business commitment. Different types of relationships can form between family, friend and in romance. Development of Human interpersonal relationship begins with the attachment that is formed during in infancy....   [tags: development of humpan interpersonal relationships]
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Ways to Make Friends and Timelengths to Consider Someone a Friend - Friends come in all types of personalities, some of which to be aware. There are shy friends, rude friends, giving friends, taking friends, busy friends, always free friends, best friends, and of course frenemies. Not all may appeal to everyone but everyone plays a role as some type of friend. A friend could not only be a person, but a pet. In some cases a person’s only friend is an animal or pet of some kind. Belongings such as dolls or figurines can also be considered someone’s friend. Friends come in all different forms....   [tags: interpersonal relationships] 1164 words
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Miles Shouldn't Keep One Apart - “Distance is not for the fearful, it is for the bold. It's for those who are willing to spend a lot of time alone in exchange for a little time with the one they love. It's for those knowing a good thing when they see it, even if they don't see it nearly enough." “Distance should be defied and considered as a test to make the bond stronger” (Administration). Relationships should be able to work regardless of how far someone is from another. If someone means more than anything, then miles should be the least of one’s worries....   [tags: Interpersonal Relationships]
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The Effects of Nonverbal Cues - Communication is a vital form of survival for most breathing life forms, including the human population. Communication is defined as a form of symbolic expressions to create meaning. There are two types of communication: verbal and nonverbal. Verbal communication is directing messages from one party to another through sound. Nonverbal communication has more depth to it; there is more meaning in its nonverbal gestures such as body language. Albert Mehrabin is a UCLA Professor who developed a rule stating messages sent from one person to another are mostly received through nonverbal forms ("Non Verbal Communication", 2013)....   [tags: Communication, Interpersonal Relationships]
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Organizational Development: Office Politics - Office Politics Introduction “Politics is the lubricant that oils your organization’s internal gears” Office politics is a reality in the organizational life of a company. It is the use of power and social networking within the organization. It is used to achieve changes that can benefit the organization and those within it as well. Though office politics can affect the organization, it also can serve the personal interests of individuals, showing no regard for the organization. There are multiple personal advantages including tangible assets and intangible benefits....   [tags: interpersonal relationships, networking] 2660 words
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Commitment to a Partner - Commitment to a Partner Abstract This paper provides extreme and basic advice and information on techniques on finding the person meant for you. It focuses on commitment and devotion to your partner. There is a great amount of responsibility that comes with commitment. Self control, personal stability, sacrifices, etc. is all a part of commitment. Communication and trust is the foundation of a happy healthy relationship. It compares what it means to truly love a person and to be deeply infatuated....   [tags: Interpersonal Relationships]
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The Ideal Mate - Ideal Mate Throughout one's entire life, they search for that perfect soul mate to live a happy and lasting life together. Many young adults are facing challenges when selecting a suitable mate who they would hope to enjoy marital success. A perfect spouse is impossible to find, but an ideal one may be easier. The guidelines I will use to select my mate are I would look for someone who is honest, committed, respectful, loving and well-educated person because these qualities are vital for me. These qualities are important for a lifetime relationship and that will be a lasting marriage....   [tags: Interpersonal Relationships] 568 words
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Borderline Personality Disorder - Symptoms Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) hinders people’s security, makes interpersonal and interpersonal relationships difficult, worsens the person suffering from the disorder’s life and those around them, effects their affect and self-image, and generally makes a person even more unstable (Davidon et al., 2007). This disorder is a personality disorder which effects the people’s emotions, personality, and daily living including relationships with other and job stability. People with BPD may experience a variation of symptoms including but not limited to: intense contradictory emotions involving sadness, anger, and anxiety, feelings of emptiness, loneliness, and isolations (B...   [tags: Interpersonal Relationships, Symptoms]
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Family Relationships Encourage Interpersonal Violence - Family Relationships Encourage Interpersonal Violence As time passes, many advancements in technology and safety are made. But through all the breakthrough and upcoming, a major factor exists in the world: violence. As people progress in these conditions, violence also enhances. Violence exists everywhere one looks and it is impossible to rid people of it. No matter what the human race tries, it will be defeated by this “presence”. Violence is found everywhere, whether on the television, in the form of thought, violent acts or disasters from the local news, or fight scenes from a movie or show on network television....   [tags: Papers] 722 words
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What Is the Meaning of True Friendship? - Friendship. What is the meaning of a true friendship. Who is that one true friend or friends. Whether it is a person’s pet, spouse, or sisters, friendship is that special bond between two or more individuals that share a mutual affection. While there is no limit on how, where, or even what the friendship is form or function, friends make everyone happy; most of the time. Sometimes it is hard to find that one person who a person can form a friendship with, however Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley had some bumps and bruises in the beginning of their trio friendship....   [tags: lasting interpersonal relationships] 949 words
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Conflict Management Model - Conflict management model is propounded effective when the result of conflict is productive or acceptable for all the parties involved. The main motive of any conflict management model is to reduce the impact of conflict on negative note and guide parties towards agreement and strong relationship. This study is to analyze the effectiveness of Rahim’s Meta or Dual concern model for conflict management. Rahim (2002) differentiated person’s perception towards handling a conflict into two: “concern for self and concern for others” (p....   [tags: Host Country, interpersonal relationships]
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Emotional Intelligence has Importance in Business Ethics - ... Emotional intelligence is an important consideration in HR planning, Customer relation, customer service and more. Employees who have high emotional intelligence and also have greater interpersonal skills stay longer in the industry because they have emotionally attachment with their organization and they have strong commitment with their organization. Employees with different abilities (e.g. Emotional intelligence) have different styles of learning some only have a need communicate while other employees have a need to do practice....   [tags: relationships, interpersonal, human resources] 1361 words
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Interpersonal Communication - Interpersonal communication is the process of people exchanging messages in relationships. Ranging from role relationships, to interpersonal relationships, to close and intimate relationships, each one of our interactions contribute to the formation, strengthening or weakening of relationships. Through these interactions and relationships, people fulfill the main interpersonal needs, consisting of social inclusion, affection and behavioral control. By exploring communication theories, such as social identity theory, self-expansion theory, uncertainty reduction theory and expectancy violation theory, I learned more about myself, as well as my relationships and surroundings....   [tags: relationships, social identity, self-expansion]
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Helpful Patient-Nurse Relationships - The helpful patient-nurse relationship requires nurses to build interpersonal connections with patients and is made stronger by the nurses’ abilities to understand their own selves and by being culturally aware. One of the biggest cultural differences which impacts the nurse’s ability to communicate effectively in the development of the helpful patient-nurse relationship is when the patient speaks a different language than the nurse. According to Stein-Parbury (2009), the characteristics of the helpful patient-nurse relationship are social versus professional relationships, interpersonal distance versus involvement, therapeutic superficiality versus intimacy, and mutuality and reciprocity....   [tags: interpersonal connections, health-care, nursing]
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Communication In Workplace and Academic Relationships - This rationale will explore the importance of effective workplace relationships when implementing National and Local Policies. It will look at the Every Child Matters Policy (ECM) and workplace policies identifying the need for positive outcomes in teaching and learning. It will then look at the aspects of communication within effective workplace relationships and relate this to the success of working together. Reflection will be made on work based tasks in practice and theories will link this to the results....   [tags: Interpersonal Communication]
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Interpersonal Relations - In the article by Finkel and Campbell entitled, “Self-Control and Accommodation in Close Relationships: An Interdependence Analysis”, responses of partners to destructive behavior by their significant others are discussed as well as possible motivations for such responses. When one partner succumbs to negatively acting out toward their counterpart, that significant other will respond constructively or destructively and passively or aggressively. This pairing of one from each set of response styles ultimately leads the partner to retorting in one of the following four ways....   [tags: Relationships]
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Interpersonal Relations - Of the several theories we have discussed involving commitment, I have taken a particular interest in M.P. Johnson’s Theory of Commitment as I feel it very effectively dissects the primary drives that reside behind one’s desire, or lack thereof, to remain committed in a relationship. In his theory, Johnson describes three kinds of perceived commitment that ultimately lead one to the decision to stay in their relationship. These three kinds of commitment discussed are personal, moral and structural commitment (Berscheid & Regan, 2005)....   [tags: Relationships] 930 words
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Technological and Real Relationships: Which Will Be Lasting? - An infant girl died because her parents neglected her. The reason that her parents were disregarding her was because while she, a living, breathing, real child was starving to death, her parents were tending to the needs of a virtual baby (Breitenstein 1). While this is a case of extreme severity, other situations can be compared to this instance. Important social skills can be reduced, virtual worlds can be confused with the real world, relationships can be replaced, people can be alienated, and self-esteem can be lowered due to the obliviousness of the misuse of technology....   [tags: Technology, Relationships, Self Esteem]
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Computer-mediated Communication and Interpersonal Relationship - Concept of “Computer-mediated communication” and “interpersonal relationship” According to Martin Buber‘s I-thou philosophy, it is only through respectful dialogue that relationships grow. By being able to be true to our self and at the same time allowing others to be equally honest as we engage in dialogue with each other, we build intimacy and therefore create stronger interpersonal bonds. Buber’s perception encourages to “clearly expressing your own ideas but listening well and honoring those ideas of others (Littlejohn & Foss, 2008, pp....   [tags: theories, exchange, interaction] 826 words
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Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Perceptions - Success is something individuals aim for through all stages of life. Succeeding at university may entail passing courses, achieving learning goals and consequently graduating, while gaining some experience and exposure. At work, success could take a different form of gaining a job, accomplishing goals, and seeking promotions. While the definition of success may differ for university students and employees at an organisation, the basic principles and skills required are very similar. Individuals require both intrapersonal and interpersonal perception in order to achieve success, whether at university or work....   [tags: sucess, skills, self-monitoring]
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What´s Interpersonal Violence? - Interpersonal violence refers to violence that occurs between two people who know each other, usually within a family setting. The World Health Organisation defines Interpersonal violence as any behaviour within an intimate relationship that causes physical, psychological and/or physical harm. It can be perpetrated by a partner, ex-partner or an acquaintance. Prior to the 1970s, little attention was paid to interpersonal violence and there was a common believe that it was best left behind closed doors (Fagan, 1989)....   [tags: relationship, abnormal behavior] 1590 words
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Interpersonal Relationship in The Break-Up Movie - What is the meaning of the word “relationship”. Most of us hear this word every day, in other words “a state of affairs existing between those having relations and dealings. There are four types of relationships: couple, family, and friend. Most of the relationships can be difficult, romantic relationship seem to be the most complicated types. Sometimes two lovers can care for each others, yet they cannot talk to each others. When a problem occurs between two people for a long time, it most likely will get to a fight and most of the time to end the relationship....   [tags: affairs, need, mutual respect] 574 words
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Similarity and Its Connection to the Strength, Success, and Overall Happiness of Interpersonal Relatonships - Similarity and Its Connection to the Strength, Success, and Overall Happiness of Interpersonal Relationships Since time immemorial, social interactions, and the subsequent relationships that bloom from them, have been often explained by the old adage “Birds of a feather flock together”. This refers to a fact of simple human nature: we are most attracted to things that share traits with us. For example, those with a penchant for thrill-seeking behavior and activities will not be attracted to a person of shrewish nature....   [tags: Self-Trancendence, Self-Enhancement, Honesty]
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The Prototype Model of Interpersonal Communication - ... This means that the more people we want to have interpersonal relationships with, the more time and efforts we need to devote to the relationships. Considering that we have only limited time (only 24 hours a day) and we usually intend to use most of this time for achieving our personal goals, then it becomes practically impossible to forge friendships or relationships with as many people as we want. Therefore, it is not surprising at all if we can only name a handful of people as our best friend, lover, etc....   [tags: ongoing development, ] 734 words
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Overview of Interpersonal psychotherapy, - Interpersonal psychotherapy, a theoretical approach that strives to lessen clients’ symptoms and ameliorate interpersonal relationships, aligns well with my counseling style because I believe in an active, directive, and collaborative approach that seeks to assist clients with establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships. With regard to the therapeutic nature of interpersonal psychotherapy, I really am intrigued by the therapy’s focus on being directive, yet prescriptive, with allowing clients to arrive at his or her own decisions yet also making the initiative to ask questions when warranted....   [tags: Depression, Self-Esteem] 3177 words
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Facilitation, Planning and Interpersonal Interaction - Module 01 Question 1: My individual development planning Introduction Facilitation is defined as “The act of making something easier” (http://www.ica-uk.org.uk/what-is-facilitation) and in a group situation, this would mean that the facilitator works with a group of people to help them work together, define and achieve their goals, as well as overcome any possible challenges in doing so. The focus needs to be on not merely solving each problem as it arises, but rather creating a sustainable, changed organisation, with lasting effects....   [tags: OD, Skills, Attitudes]
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Interpersonal Communication with Benefits - What is the appeal of electronic communications. Why would people replace face-to-face conversations with such nonsense like communication through e-mails, text messaging, and social media. While the use of technology for communication is effectual in its quickness and easiness, it is less substantial than interpersonal communications and experiences. In this technology-driven world where speed and efficiency are important, many people around the world prefer to use electronic devices to communicate with one and another....   [tags: Electronic Communication, Technology]
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The Interpersonal Relationship Between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson - This paper will explore the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and his companion and friend Dr. John Watson. What is the relationship between Holmes and Watson. Are they compatible or are their differences to great for them to overcome. Looking at how they work together will also be a key factor in how well the relationship works between the two of them. Do their own interests and abilities get in the way. Does the time period in which they live factor into the environment of their communication styles....   [tags: Character Analysis]
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Interpersonal Communication - Interpersonal communication is the most important kind of communication. It happens when two individuals are in a close proximity to each other, and they are able to provide immediate feedback to one another. IPC (interpersonal communication) is the way we express our thoughts, feelings, and ideas to the people around us. Interpersonal communication is something you need to do well as it affects many aspects of your life. Interpersonal communication is a learned skill that can be improved with knowledge and practice....   [tags: Communications]
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Interpersonal Communication - There are all different types of communication that people will use through out their life. The most important type of communication is interpersonal communication. Interpersonal communication differs from other forms of communication in that there are few participants involved, the participants are in close proximity to each other, there are many sensory channels used, and feedback is immediate. Interpersonal communication is the information received from listening to what someone else is saying....   [tags: Communication, informative]
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Relationships Quality and Personality Types - The article I read, detailed the research into relationships and the personality types of the people in those relationships. The study paid particular attention to perfectionist personalities that were either “adaptive” or “maladaptive”, the former meaning non-productive and or inadequate for adaptation. “Maladaptive perfectionists characteristically tend to evaluate their performance as consistently failing to meet these standards [for personal performance](Ashby, Kutchins, and Rice 2008)”. The researchers continued off of past studies into the relationship between personality type and relationship quality....   [tags: relationships, personality, perfectionists]
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Hildegard Peplau Theory of Interpersonal Relations - Hildegard Peplau Theory of Interpersonal Relations. Hildegard E. Peplau is renown in the nursing profession and other health disciplines and his name is synonymous with interpersonal relationship in nursing. Her conceptualization and description of the process of the nurse-patient interaction is one of her major contributions. Hildegard was born September 1, 1909 in Reading to immigrant parents of German decent. She was raised in a paternalistic family and a paternalistic society. She entered the nursing profession in Pottstown Pennsylvania, where she earned the diploma in nursing....   [tags: nurse-patient interactions, healthcare]
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How People Respond to Interpersonal Rejections - The desire for positive social relationships is one of the most fundamental and universal human needs. This need has a deep root in evolutionary history in relation to mating and natural selection and this can exert a powerful impact on contemporary human psychological processes (Baumeister & Leary 1995). Failure to satisfy these needs can bear devastating consequences on the psychological well being of an individual. These needs might not be satisfied as rejection, isolation, and ostracism occurs on a daily basis to people....   [tags: Ostracism]
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The Importance of Interpersonal Skills in the field of Radiography - Interpersonal skills are important communication strategies for medical practitioners, predominantly to perform accurate assessments and provide quality treatment for patients. Such as the ability to use emotions to better communicate with others, or the ability to empathise with a patient to help establish engagement and feelings of empowerment, both fundamental attributes to effective practice (Sanson-Fisher & Maguire, 1980). Similarly the ability to listen effectively is also fundamental to practice, as it allows the practitioner to ‘get the full picture’ (Eunson 2012)....   [tags: Radiography Essays] 1158 words
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Interpersonal Conflict in the film American Beauty - When first presented with this assignment, I got very excited to be able to do a paper on this film. I remember seeing this film as a teenager and did not understand the point of it at all, but as I grew up I began to understand it completely. The movie American Beauty is about a family that is going through a very tough time because of lack of communication. There is a lack of communication between the mother and father and of course that puts a damper on the parents relationship with the child....   [tags: communication, american beauty, conflict]
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The Integration of Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Introduction Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) is a short-term psychotherapy that was developed by Myrna Weissman and Gerald Klerman in the 1980’s. It focuses on the interpersonal relationships in the client’s life, instead of on past or biological causes. The therapy is kept fairly structured by the clinician’s use of a manual and aims to help the client recover from their current episode of depression. Interpersonal Psychotherapy has been used in conjunction with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in research studies, with promising results....   [tags: Psychology]
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Importance of Interpersonal communications in Information Technology Career - Interpersonal communications can be a very important part of a person’s professional success. Information Technology is an industry that relies on certain areas of communication. Wendy, the person I interviewed, emphasized the importance that people in her industry must be up to date (educated) on the constant changes. Communication, gaining communication and interpersonal skills is again such an "easier said than done" skill for any profession. Communication is such an essential skill it could be considered a talent instinctively given to certain people....   [tags: IT Career Interview Essay]
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Intimacy Link in Computer-Mediated Communication - The article that I am doing my research analysis on is titled The Disclosure– Intimacy Link in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Attributional Extension of the Hyperpersonal Model. It focuses on the differences that attributions of self-disclosure on computer mediated communication (CMC) and face to face (FtF) interaction. In regards to communication, the article utilizes the social penetration theory, a theory which states that intimacy and self-disclosure are the main factors in developing interpersonal relationships(Altman & Taylor, 1973)....   [tags: hyperpersonal model,interpersonal relationship]
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Interpersonal Attraction - Interpersonal Attraction Relationships with the individuals around us are key to ones social existence. Personal accounts by people who have been isolated from the outside world serve as a reminder of our dependence on others. What draws us into these "relationships". Studies of interpersonal attraction have concluded that people are attracted mostly to those that they find physically attractive and who are geographically close. The first step to understanding why we are attracted to certain individuals we must first understand an individuals person perception or the process of forming impressions of others....   [tags: Papers] 344 words
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Four Principles of Interpersonal Communication - Introduction A critical review of what has been noted about the four principles of interpersonal communication demonstrates that King (2000) has provided the definitive source for reviewing these issues. According to King, interpersonal communication is: inescapable, irreversible, complicated and contextual. Using these four principles as a basis for research, the current investigation provides a review of each of the four principles and the implication of each of these principles for the nursing professional....   [tags: Communication]
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Interpersonal Commmunication in the Movie Marty - Interpersonal communication is everywhere in society, both the past, present, and the future. “Marty,” a love story, and a movie made in the fifties, shows many examples of interpersonal communication. In this movie, the main character, Marty, who is a decent, socially awkward man who is pressured by his peers and family to find love and get married. He then gets fed up and goes to a club in town and meets a woman named Claire, who is in similar circumstances to him. Marty and Claire then interact and spend time together and Marty experiences companionship for the first time....   [tags: Marty and Clair, attraction theory] 1120 words
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Is Interpersonal Attraction an Evolutionary Phenomena? - Interpersonal attraction is an inherent element of social interaction. The definition says that attraction is the 'mutual interest and liking between two or more individuals.' (Psychology Dictionary, 2013). This essay will provide consideration whether or not attraction is an evolutionary phenomena. The first part critically introduces the evolutionary approach towards attraction in accordance to methods used to support it. The second part describes alternative, social theories to the phenomena with taking into account research done in this field....   [tags: social interaction, evolutionary theory, instinct]
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The Impact Of Social Media On Relationships - One could argue that the effects of social networking sites could make an individual more inwards due to the lack of direct social contact. As the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine suggests (in Sigman, 2009) “Social networking encourages us to ignore the social networks that form in our non-virtual communities”. However as Lewis & West (2009) found, Facebook seems to have the opposite effect and encourages an individual to be more social in some ways due to the structure of the site as it is less direct than a phone call and with no monetary costs attached to it, but always with the ability to communicate with multiple people at one time with other individuals about to respond to a m...   [tags: Social Networking, Facebook]
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Misunderstanding Relationships in Boogie Nights - The film Boogie Nights provides an interesting case study of the unique nature of human relationships, specifically love and friendship. It presents a crisscrossing mash-up of various combinations of traditional love categories: friendly (plutonic or nonsexual) love, family love, lust, master/servant or apprentice/teacher love, etc. Besides being entertaining, Boogie Nights presents these combinations to provoke an insight on our part into the nature of love. This insight is exemplified in Jack’s notion of the ideal pornographic film....   [tags: Film, Movies] 1633 words
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Social Networking and Human Relationships - Social networks have always been part of evolutionary behaviour. From the combination of cells to create a microorganism to homosapiens (BOOK GLOBAL BRAIN) who working together as a hunting team. (SOURCE STAR SUCKERS FILM). Fast forward to the 21st century and online social communities (social networking sites or SNS) such as chat rooms and member based communities have quickly become part of our everyday lives. Social networks are a highly complex web of interaction which consists of family, friends, lovers, colleagues and others where one shares a relationship with (be it sexual or platonic)....   [tags: Facebook, Twitter]
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Interpersonal Conflict Between Noah, Allie and Anne Hamilton in 'The Notebook' - Introduction The Notebook (Cassavetes, 2004) is a love story about a young couple named Allie Hamilton and Noah Calhoun, who fall deeply in love with each other. The Hamilton’s are financially stable, and expect for their daughter Allie to marry someone with the same wealth. Noah on the other hand works as a laborer, and comes from an underprivileged family. Throughout the film there were several negative behaviors, and interpersonal communications within the context of their relationship, which relates to chapter nine....   [tags: the notebook] 1176 words
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Poor Listening Skills - “Lack of listening skills affects marriages, parents and children, teachers and students, employers and employees, foreign affairs, and the list goes on” ("The Importance of Listening"). This paper will discuss how poor listening skills adversely affect interpersonal relationships. Variable listening skills will be examined through different characteristics, real-life scenarios and the improvements that could be made with tips. Let’s explore why listening is so critical. “Adam listened to Eve. In that first spoken word message and all since, no communication occurred until there was a listener....   [tags: communication, interpersonal relationship]
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Interpersonal Violence - Throughout a life course, many individuals endure some kind of violence or commit certain acts of violence. Reports such as the Bureau of Justice Statistics, articles, and books have been created in order to show people the different forms of violence that are visible on a daily basis. Through these readings people are able to understand the nature of interpersonal violence including domestic, intimate, assault, robbery, murder, and sexual assault. This paper will show the characteristics of male/female offenders and victims, stranger violence and child abuse....   [tags: Social Issues, Domestic Violence, Legal Issues] 1964 words
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Interpersonal Communication - Interpersonal communication theories are interesting and compelling to read. They are astonishingly relatable to one’s everyday life. As one reads an interpersonal communication theory, he or she may find himself or herself thinking of instances in daily life and relationships that directly correspond with the theory. I found the theories to be eerily similar to how many people behave, communicate, and think with regards to interacting with one another. Interpersonal communication theories describe the communication between two or more individuals through verbal, non verbal, and written communication....   [tags: Communication]
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Interpersonal Communication - Over the past few weeks I have had the chance to learn some things about interpersonal communications. Initially, I was under the self-impression that I did a pretty good communicating but I was sadly mistaken. There is so much information being presented during this class that it is a little difficult for me to grasp the concepts as solidly as I should; but feel that over the course of my studies my confidence in in my understanding and being able to put these concepts into practice will greatly increase....   [tags: Communication] 578 words
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Interracial Relationships - Interracial relationships have always been a taboo subject. It wasn’t that long ago when interracial relationships were once forbidden. It is now almost 2014, where one can now legally enter a relationship with another of a different race, yet people still whisper behind their hands when they see two people in an interracial relationship. Not only is it now legal, but interracial relationships are also on the rise. A reporter from CNN did a study of interracial marriages in 1980 and 2008; results show that interracial marriages have soared from 6.8% to 14.6% (Chen)....   [tags: taboo, marriage, race]
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Exploring Interpersonal Violence - One of the most common ways of defining violence is to only consider forms of criminal violence and to argue that violence is the use of force that has been prohibited by law (Riedel & Welsh, 2002, p.3). The Oxford dictionary when taking a legal dimension, defines violence as “the unlawful exercise of physical force”. This definition suggests that violence is harm that results in physical pain. It may be criticised for not taking into account emotional and psychological pain often associated with interpersonal violence....   [tags: Domestic Violence]
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Leadership Reflections: Building Relationships in the Workplace - Based on assigned readings in Module 5 (“Colorado State University,” 2012), this journal entry reviews the author’s strategies as a change management consultant for building and improving relationships in client organizations. The discussion then considers the effectiveness of these strategies relative to the author’s workplace environment including the author’s approach for mitigating relationship issues in the event the strategies prove ineffective. Strategies for Building and Improving Relationships The effectiveness of a political navigator depends on strong interpersonal relationships built through competent communication and respectful action (Cialdini, 2001; Gilley, 2006; Lewicki, Ba...   [tags: Management]
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Norman's Interpersonal Communication in the Movie, On Golden Pond - Norman's Interpersonal Communication in the Movie, On Golden Pond EXAMPLE The movie On Golden Pond is a fantastic vehicle with which to consider six facets of interpersonal communication. The main character of the movie, Norman, provides for a multifaceted study in relationships, both with his "self" and with others. I have chosen to focus this paper on several aspects of Norman's interpersonal communication. On Golden Pond is a fascinating study in the discovery of Norman's need to communicate with those he cares about in new ways....   [tags: Film]
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Social Determinants of Interpersonal Violence and Health - Ans-1 Social determinants of interpersonal violence Relatively high rates of violence have been reported over the years among members of certain ethnic and racial groups and urban inhabitants. African Americans and Native Americans have comparatively high rates of assaultive interpersonal violence and homicide. Big cities continue to experience high rates of violence, focussed mainly among young black males in the United States. Immigrant groups, especially second and third generations, have higher rates of delinquency and violence than the more privileged and settled ethnic groups that moved earlier to the US....   [tags: health, violence, racial, gender] 1826 words
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Aspects of the Communication Process; Interpersonal Communication - 1. There are seven fundamental elements to interpersonal communication. Whenever we engage in interpersonal communication in any way these elements are present. The nature of these elements is that they are closely interrelated and take place in a circular process. a. DeVito tells us that when two people communicate there is always a source. The source is where the message originates and is responsible for encoding the message, or assigns meaning to the message (DeVito, 2013). b. Whoever receives the message that is being communicated is the receiver....   [tags: ethics, perception, ]
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Examining the Impact of Texting on Romantic Relationships - The purpose of this paper will be to explore the effect of communication technology on interpersonal relationships, with regard to the attachment styles of individuals in the relationships. The central thesis is that, based on the anxious and avoidant attachment styles of individuals in the relationship, the influence of text message “read receipts” will have a negative impact on couples’ overall relationship quality relative to the control. First, I will discuss the relevant literature on attachment styles, providing distinctions between anxious, and avoidant attachment styles....   [tags: Attachment Theory, Psychology]
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Aspects of Interpersonal Communication in City Slickers - City Slickers is a movie chalk full of interpersonal communication, conflict, and messages. We watch as Mitch, a sad man without meaning in his life, goes on an adventure to find his smile and what matters most to him. Through conflict, power struggles, and much communication, he arrives at the end of the journey a new man. Within the first few minutes of the movie, when the three couples are shown boarding the airplane, you see a display of power messages between Phil and his wife. His wife portrays an Aggressive Message with one line “Phil, I’m standing.” It shows that she doesn’t care that he was in the midst of a conversation, only that he was in her way....   [tags: movie analysis, symbolism] 1079 words
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The Impact of Social Media Upon Relationships - As a teen I use social media on a day-to-day basis. I wake up, check my Instagram and get caught up on what I missed during my slumber. On the way to school it is Snapchat and Kik to connect with those dreading to go to school, and listen to complaints about upcoming tests and quizzes. After school I have a couple laughs on vine then make sure my grades are adequate on Engrade. Before I end my day it is another round of Instagram to see what I missed during the day. On most of these social media sites we are given the ability to communicate with people from all around the world, people who without social media you would have never come to know....   [tags: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube]
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Robert Atkins: How Childhood Personalities Affect Violence in The Early Years - Robert Atkins conducted this research and intended to determine how childhood personalities effect violence in the early years (Atkins, 2007). In this study, the violent behavior was actions that required immediate medical attention (Atkins, 2007). This violence goes well beyond the normal playground physical disagreements (Atkins, 2007). However, not all adolescents who exhibit violent behavior at one time in their life, will continue to do so at an older age (Atkins, 2007). If personalities of young children do, in fact, effect aggressive behavior, then it is vital to understand how it is related (Atkins, 2007)....   [tags: survey, interpersonal violence]
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The Necessity of Leadership in Management - Both leaders and managers are vital for an organization to operate successfully. While a leader can also be a manager regrettably sometimes a manager is not a leader. Some successfully blend skills and traits together and can be extremely effective for an organization. Leaders use a variety of skills to influence others to perform the goals of the company. They have a way of making others around them see the big picture. They care about their subordinates and value what they think. They are more worried about the long term of both people and the organization....   [tags: Judging Efficiency, Interpersonal Skills] 1160 words
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Realism and Naturalism in Henry James’ Daisy Miller and Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie - To best analyze the works of James and Dreiser, the terms realism and naturalism are critical to comprehend. Realism, as noted in the Norton Anthology, emphasizes, “the interior moral and psychological lives of upper-class people” (9). Accordingly, realism reflects a natural depiction of self, relationships and social interactions (and the class-system). Realist writers explore true interpersonal dilemmas, interactions and experiences within society, highlighting the character rather than a story’s plot....   [tags: interpersonal, conflict, environment] 819 words
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Communication and Conflict Resolution - Today many people still lack on the ability to communicate effectively within interpersonal relationships. It is through teamwork and collaboration that effective communication occurs. By analyzing and studying the communication process we can improve our ability to communicate effectively between one another. To have a successful interpersonal relationship one must first interact with others, which is called interpersonal communication (Hybels & Weaver pg.156). Recognizing emotions in other is a very important first step for building a relationship....   [tags: Interpersonal Communication Essays] 1707 words
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Disclosure in Work Environments - Open communication between individuals is very important. This quality is what makes relationships run smoothly between two or more individuals. Barnett, Cochran and Taylor explored significant relations between the openness of communication between management and employees in a previous study (1993). These researchers found that employees expressed concerns and the level of internal disclosures by employees in the study (Barnett et al., 1993). Barnett, Cochran and Taylor also found in their study that external whistle blowing may lead to “negative publicity, regulatory investigations, and legal liability issues” (1993)....   [tags: Communication, Interpersonal Communication] 1343 words
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Interpersonal Communication in an Intercultural Setting - Interpersonal Communication in an Intercultural Setting Cultural growth in the twenty-first century has heightened the emphasis on interpersonal communication in an intercultural setting. As our world grows, expands and becomes increasingly more interconnected by various technological advances, the need for effective interpersonal communication among differing cultures has become quite clear. Due to the advancement of technology in today's world, a world in which some businesspeople are involved in transactions with other businesspeople in faraway countries, the call for knowledge of intercultural communication within this setting has become a reality....   [tags: essays papers] 3907 words
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