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Forming
group member cautiously try to identify the nature of hte taks and their relationship to one another

part of Tuckmans five stage model
Adjourning
group members tie up lose ends and reflect on their time together

Part of tuckmans five stage model
Storming
as they become more familiar with one another they feel freer to argue with one another for status and position within the group

part of tuckmans five stage model
Performing
group focuses on the task and gets most of the work done

part of tuckmans five stage model
Norming
members settle down and find ways to work with one another

part of tuckman's five stage model
Michel deCerteau
talked about strategies and tactics
Michel Foucault
three great methods of communitive control: establish rhythms, impose particular occupations, and regulate cycles of repetition
Paulo Freire
talked about asserting and balancing power
Barriers to intercultural communication
perception, stereotypes, prejudice, ethnocentrism
Lakoff and Johnson
talked about Metaphors
Self-fulfilling prophecy
is the process of predicitng an outcome that brings about that outcome
Terminating
the two no longer see themeselves as a pair
Avoiding
reluctance to interact, active avoidance, hostility
Stagnating
lack of activity with each other
circumscribing
decreased interaction, less depth and duration in sharing
Differentiating
2 people start emphasizing hteir individual needs instead of similarities
Integrating
2 start mirrioring each other in dress, manner, behavior, and or language
Experimenting
discovering info about each other
Initiating
beginning period of interaction
Bonding
commitment
Intensifying
active participation and or development with knowledge that the realtionship is growing
Group Think
when a group gets too confident and begins to make poor decisions, it can have very serious repercussions
Grave Dressing
reason why people say they broke up
Theory of Cognitive Response
point out that people accept messages not onthe basis of waht a speaker says but on the basis of their own response to the speaker's message