relationships

You will be required to write a typed paper with a minimum of four pages. The paper is to be double spaced using no more than 12 point font and no larger than 1.25-inch margins (preset in Word).

For the paper, you will choose a relationship between you and one other person (this can be the same relationship you used for Paper One. This relationship can be a working relationship, friendship, romantic relationship, or familial relationship. Using your text, class notes, and class discussion, assess the relationships communication based on what you have learned in the second half of this class (Chapters 7-12). Be sure to use the vocabulary you have learned. The paper should have the following form:

Introduction – Introduce the relationship, describe the relationship, and give any background information that you feel is relevant to your paper.

Body Use specific examples of actual events and conversations that describe the aspects of communication in the relationship including an assessment of emotions, communication climate, conflict, and either friendship, romantic relationships, or family (you can use a combination of these as well – for example, a family member or a romantic partner may have qualities of friendship as well). Please identify the concepts youve covered by typing each concept in parentheses at the end of each example.

Conclusion – Predict what you think the future of this relationship will be in regard to communication and processes. If you think it will last, tell me why. If you think it will end, tell me why. Be sure to support your prediction for the future of this relationship with the information we have learned in class related to the assessment you made.

For this paper, be sure to include a minimum of 25 specific examples demonstrating how the information in these chapters applies to the communication in your relationship. These 25 examples should be given based on as many different concepts as possible (an average of 4 5 examples per chapter usually works). The idea is to assess as many different aspects of communication as you can using the information we have covered in the second six chapters. You will be graded based on the number of specific concrete examples you use to demonstrate that you have learned, understand, and can apply the material we have covered. Your paper should be error-free. Your grade will reflect errors spelling, grammar or otherwise.

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