Analyzing Pop Culture Relationships

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  1. Review the stages of interpersonal relationships and the types of messages associated with each stage in the textbook and in the learning activities.
  2. Review interpersonal relationship types and the theories of interpersonal communication in the textbook and in the learning activities.
  3. Think of one relationship from a television show or movie that has conflict and one that does not.
  4. Write a three to five-page paper analyzing those two relationships.
  5. Your paper should include a discussion of the stages of interpersonal relationships and the types of messages associated with each stage, as well as interpersonal relationship types and the theories of interpersonal communication. Include links to clips or refer to specific episodes or time markers in the show(s) or film(s).

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JesseCraig
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Module 7: Analyzing Pop Culture Relationships

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Abstract
This paper captures the six stages of interpersonal relationships that people encounter in
the real-life situation, interpersonal relationship types, illustration of movie relationships with
conflict (Cary and Ron) and without conflict (Diana and Robin Cavendish), and the relationship
theories.

Module 7: Analyzing Pop Culture Relationships

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There are six stages of interpersonal relationships that people encounter in a real-life
situation. These stages illustrate how a relationship growth gradually with time. The stages of
interpersonal relationships are contact, involvement, intimacy, deterioration, repair, and
dissolution. Each of these stages has some message associated with it.
Contact is the first stage of interpersonal relationships. The contact stage starts with a
greeting, knowing somebody's name then followed by some brief conversation that creates a
rapport. In most cases, someone can offer to buy a drink or a meal. Most importantly, the
physical appearance of the person and the way he or she talks is very important at the contact
stage. This is because these two aspects create an impression of an individual's conduct.
Involvement is the second stage of the interpersonal relationship. The conversation
advances to the next ...

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