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Chapter 2 defines what your self-concept is and the role self-disclosure plays in human communication. The media and technology play a huge role in both of these processes.


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  • What are at least two different ways that mass media and technology contributes to the shaping of our self-concept? Provide specific examples to support your experiences and observations.

  • Does technology enhance or limit opportunities for self-disclosure? Why or why not?

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Chapter Two: The Self and Perception

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Chapter Two Goals

 Define “self-concept”  Define “self-awareness”  Define “self-esteem”  Discover the process of self-disclosure  Learn the nature and workings of perception  Explain the strategies of impression

management

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The Self in Human Communication

Who you are and how you see yourself influence not only the way you communicate but also how you respond to the communication of others.

 Self-concept  Self-awareness  Self-esteem  Self-awareness

Self-Concept

The image you of who you are, it’s how you perceive yourself.

Sources of Self Concept  Other people’s images of you  Social comparison  Cultural teachings  Self-interpretations and self-evaluations

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Self-awareness

 Who am I?  Basic to all communication and is achieved

when you examine several aspects of yourself as they might appear to others as well as to you

 Johari window is a tool that measure what we know and don’t know about ourselves

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Your Four Selves

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Growing in Self Awareness

 Listening to others  Increasing your open self  Seek information about self  Dialogue with yourself

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Self-Esteem

 Attack self-destructive beliefs  Beware of the Imposter Phenomenon  Seek out nourishing people  Work on projects that will result in success  Remind yourself of your successes  Secure affirmation

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Self-Disclosure  A type of

communication in which you reveal information about yourself

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The Rewards of Self-Disclosure

 Gain self-knowledge  Improved coping abilities  Communication enhancement  More meaningful relationships

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Rewards of Self-Disclosure

 Better self-knowledge  Stronger coping abilities  Improved communication  Meaningful relationships

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Dangers of Self-Disclosure

 Personal risks  Relationship risks  Professional risks

Remember…like all communication, self- disclosure is irreversible. You can not self- disclose and then take it back.

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Guidelines for Making Self-Disclosures

Things to consider:  The motivation  The appropriateness  The disclosures of the other person  The possible burdens self-disclosure might

entail

Self-Disclosing at Work?

 Assume it may be repeated  Realize it may be used against you  May lead to a loss of power  Disclosing a disability is your decision  You are not obligated to disclose based on a

colleague’s decision too

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Guidelines for Facilitating and Responding to Others’ Disclosures

 Support and reinforce the discloser  Be willing to reciprocate  Keep the disclosures confidential  Don’t use the disclosures against the

person

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Your Rights in Self-Disclosure

 Resist pressure to self-disclose if you are uncomfortable

 Do not be pushed into disclosing  Be indirect and move to other topics  Be assertive in protecting yourself

Stages of Perception

 Perception is a continuous series of processes that blend into one another. For discussion purposes, we divide these into five stages.

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Stimulation (Stage 1)

 First stage: our sense organs are stimulated  Selective perception  Selective attention  Selective exposure

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Organization (Stage 2)

 At the second stage, you organize the information your senses pick up. There are three rules that we tend to follow: – Proximity: Physical closeness – Similarity: Items that look alike – Contrast: Opposite of similarity

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Interpretation-Evaluation (Stage 3)

 Subjective  Influenced by experiences, needs, wants,

values, expectations, physical and emotional state, gender, and beliefs, rules, schemata, and scripts

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Memory (Stage 4) and Recall (Stage 5)

 Memory (Stage 4) – Storage of

stimulation – “Cognitive tags”

 Recall (Stage 5) – Reconstruction – Inaccuracies

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Impression Formation

An academic term for what we do everyday. We use a variety of processes to manage these impressions, called impression formation processes.  Self-Fulfilling prophecy  Primacy-Recency  Stereotyping  Attribution of Control

Self-fulfilling Prophecy

This occurs when a prediction becomes true because you act as if it were true.

1. Formulate a prediction or belief 2. Act towards situation as if belief were true 3. Because of your actions, belief becomes

true 4. Your observed effect reinforces the belief

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Primacy-Recency

 Primacy effect – What comes first exerts the most influence on your overall perception

 Recency effect – What comes last exerts the most influence on your overall perception

 Be careful of relying to heavily on first impressions

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Stereotyping

 One of the most common shortcuts in perception

 Fixed (and often distorted) impression of a group of people

 Causes us to overlook individual characteristics and see people solely based on the stereotype

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Attribution of Control

 Process of explaining why someone acted as he or she did.

 Three potential errors: – Self-serving bias – Overattribution – Fundamental attribution error

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Increasing Accuracy in Impression Formation  Analyze impressions

– Recognize your own role in perception – Avoid early conclusions – Beware of the just world hypothesis

 Check your perceptions – Describe what you see/hear and seek

confirmation  Reduce your uncertainty  Increase cultural sensitivity

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Impression Management: Goals and Strategies

 Also called: self-presentation or identity management

 Refers to the processes you go through to communicate the impression you want other people to have of you

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Strategies of Impression Management

 Affinity-seeking and politeness  Credibility  Self-handicapping  Self-deprecating  Self-monitoring  Influencing  Image-confirming

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  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Chapter Two Goals
  • The Self in Human Communication
  • Self-Concept
  • Slide 5
  • Self-awareness
  • Your Four Selves
  • Growing in Self Awareness
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-Disclosure
  • The Rewards of Self-Disclosure
  • Rewards of Self-Disclosure
  • Dangers of Self-Disclosure
  • Guidelines for Making Self-Disclosures
  • Self-Disclosing at Work?
  • Guidelines for Facilitating and Responding to Others’ Disclosures
  • Your Rights in Self-Disclosure
  • Stages of Perception
  • Stimulation (Stage 1)
  • Organization (Stage 2)
  • Interpretation-Evaluation (Stage 3)
  • Memory (Stage 4) and Recall (Stage 5)
  • Impression Formation
  • Self-fulfilling Prophecy
  • Primacy-Recency
  • Stereotyping
  • Attribution of Control
  • Increasing Accuracy in Impression Formation
  • Impression Management: Goals and Strategies
  • Strategies of Impression Management
  • End Show