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Relationships And Communities Session Three

Three levels of interpersonal communication:
I-It (social)
Role-driven communication in which we treat other people as their role (as an object) rather than a person. We often talk "at" people in these situations.
I-You (cultural)
Situationally-driven communication in which we treat people as individuals, but within the context of well defined scripts. We often talk "with" people in these situations.
I-Thou (personal)
Other-driven communication in which we talk to other people because we want to talk to them. We often talk "for" people in these situations.

Five characteristics of "personal" communication

Interpersonal communication "happens when the people involved talk and listen in ways that maximize the presence of the personal."
Everyday Emotion Planalp, 9-38
Some views of emotion

Some key Planalp metaphors

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