Dq week3 | Psychology homework help

 

DQ1

 

·  Read the writing prompt below in its entirety. Notice that there are three tasks to complete:

  • Identify one or two forms of communication apprehension you have experienced on the job.
  • Explain at least two strategies to overcome the communication apprehension.
  • Discuss the role of communication in being a professional.

·  Review your notes on Chapter 5: Developing Confidence: Coping with Insecurities about Interpersonal Communication.

·  Read Chapter 6: Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace.

 

Write: Based on course materials and your own reflections, address the following:

  • Describe a time you found yourself in a situation where you faced a specific form of communication apprehension in the workplace described by Bevan and Sole. Be sure to explain the apprehension itself and how you experienced it. If your work experience is limited, consider a time when you were working with others in a different context, such as school or a club.
  • Based on what you have learned from class this week, explain some specific strategies you can use to overcome the communication apprehension(s) you listed and make yourself a more competent communicator.
  • Use the text to discuss the role of communication in being a professional.

Thoroughly address all three elements of this prompt by writing at least two to three sentences on each element. Use the course readings at least once to help you make your points. Consider copying and pasting these tasks into a word file and addressing each of them separately.

Your initial response should be 200 to 300 words

 

 

 

DQ2

Summarize different models of self-disclosure and their uses in interpersonal communication to strengthen, distance, or manage relationships.

In Bevan and Sole (2014), Chapter 7 addresses the concept of “self-disclosure” and links its relationship formation and psychological health. In this discussion, you will take on the importance, and potential risk, of disclosing information on social network sites.

·  Read the writing prompt below in its entirety. Notice that there are three tasks to complete to complete:

  • Based on what you have learned in Schoenberg (2011) and Bevan and Sole this week, begin to formulate a definition of self-disclosure and explanation of social penetration theory.
  • Discuss how social networking sites have potentially challenged or reinforced key aspects of social penetration theory.
  • Using an example from your own experience with social networking sites, share your thoughts on the pros and cons of sharing personal information online.

·  Review Chapter 7 in the course text. Focus especially on section 7.4.

·  Read Schoenberg’s article, Can We Talk? Terri Orbuch, a University of Michigan researcher who has studied married couples for more than 20 years, talks about the role of communication in happy marriages—and how you can use her findings to strengthen your relationship.   http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2011-01-14/features/sc-fam-0111-talk-relationship-20110111_1_happy-marriages-couples-marital-therapy

·  Define self-disclosure and explain its importance.

·  Use social penetration theory to think through your experience with social network websites. Share an example from your own experience to illustrate key points or to show that you do not follow patterns.

Write: Based on what you have learned in class this week, address the following:

  • Why is self-disclosure important in both forming bonds and becoming more self-aware?
  • Where and when should social disclosure occur?
  • Share an experience you have had, or heard about, that involved self-disclosure on social networking websites. Relate your experience to what you have learned in class this week about social penetration theory or other aspects of communication.

Thoroughly address all three elements of this prompt by writing at least two to three sentences on each element. Use the course readings at least once to help you make your points. Consider copying and pasting these tasks into a word file and addressing each of them separately.

Your initial response should be 200 to 300 words