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  • Relational Stages

    The stages of relationships was created by Mark Knapp. It is also known as the relational stages (Adler and Proctor II, 253). Coming together and coming apart are two broad phases within the model. It is also joined by relational maintenance. The goal of relational maintenance is to keep relationships operating smoothly and satisfactory (Adler and Proctor II, 253). Initiating, experimenting, intensifying, integrating, bonding, differentiating, circumscribing, stagnating, avoiding, and terminating are the ten stages within these three phases. Out of all of those stages, the relationship I have with my mom is currently on the stagnating stage. During Thanksgiving break, our relationship has reverted back to how it originally was before my brother…

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  • Integrating Stages In Relationships

    about a month ago due to the amount of arguing that was occurring. After analyzing our relationship, I realized that we touched each of these stages, initiating, experimenting, intensifying, integrating, differentiating, circumscribing, stagnating,…

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  • Brommel's Stages Of The Conflictual Process

    A situation where I experienced all six stages of Brommel’s Stages of the Conflictual Process is with an ex-boyfriend of two years. In the beginning of our dating process he had an ex-girlfriend that he still had feelings for which influenced him to stay in contact with her without my knowledge. Four months in he disappeared on me and cut all communication off with me. I then discovered that it was due to him returning to dating his ex-girlfriend. This made me livid. But after two weeks he…

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  • Stage Management: The Evolution Of Stage Management

    To examine the evolution of stage management, we must first examine how the term came about, and other terms for the stage managers predecessors. Then we can begin to look into how the role has evolved over time into the present craft students are being taught on technical production courses in theatre in different locations around the world. To begin, we must investigate the term of ‘stage management’. As we look back into history, we can see that people who were what we know today as stage…

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  • Group Topics: Stages Of Change Model

    Group topic: Stages of Change PO showed up on time for group and moderately participated in the group activities that include: learning the stages of change model and its characteristic of each stage; identifying which stage of change she is presently in; discussing how to progress to the next stage of change. PO stated that she is in the action stage of change, “Because I am making changes in my life to become a better person. I have made somewhat of a plan/goal for myself and I am doing…

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  • Six Stage Transtheoretical Model Of Conflict

    In his book titles, Managing Conflict in the Church, David Kale lists five levels of conflict; 1”Awareness of Differences, Confronting the Differences, Power Struggles, Fight or Flight, and Intractable.” As I offer the following explanation, I’ll attempt to do so parallel to Prochaska and DiClemente’s six stage transtheoretical model of change. This model consists of the following levels or stages of change, pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance and relapse.…

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  • Stage Management Essay

    What is Stage Management? How does this role apply to theatre productions? A stage manager will provide practical or organisational support to the director, actors and stage crew/ technicians throughout the production process (ACCT.2016). A stage manager will work with the director from week one to create a monumental final production will keep all onstage and off stage crew organised, this includes organising/conducting rehearsals, blocking, light changes and set changes. This information will…

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  • What Is Lilly's Stages Of Development

    In this paper I will be observing a little girl by the name of Lillian. I have studied her stages of development by having her come to my house to play with my mother, sisters, her mother, her younger sister, and myself. My family has been closely affiliated with this little girl and her family since Lilly was very young, even before her little sister Maddie, who is now one and a half, was conceived. I chose to observe Lillian because of the fact that I have been able to watch her grow and can…

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  • Erikson Stages

    Erikson’s stages of development talks about the eight stages of development in which individuals should pass through, from infancy to late adulthood. This study is focus on the Adolescence. This stage is the most crucial because in this stage you were able to form a sense of identity. In this stage an individual will experience identity and role confusion. Puberty is important because it develops ego identity. With this, an adolescent finds their new roles to help them discover the things that…

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  • Sigmund Freud's Four Stages Of Development

    In 1905 Freud came up with four psychosexual stages of development that help shape a persons personality throughout infancy and adulthood. As a person goes through each stage, they are faced with frustration, pleasure, or both that will ultimately shape them for the rest of their life. The first of four stages occurs when people are infants, 0-1 years old. This first stage is known as the oral stage because the libido - sexual energy - is centered in the baby’s mouth. We can see this…

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