Re-watch the movie from the Communication Practicum Project, then describe and analyze communication in 2 scenes (do not use scenes you have previously evaluated) that best exemplify one or more of the dialectical tensions discussed in this week's module.
Discuss the relationship between the characters in each scene, emphasizing the interpersonal relationships. Analyze the tension(s), being sure to draw from your text and cite where appropriate.
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Explanation & Answer
Running head: DIALECTICAL TENSIONS
Dialectical tensions in interpersonal communication are the opposing forces that may
affect the communication between two people. In Get Out the tension is evident in several scenes
including the dinner scene and the scene whereby Chris is speaking to Rose before they leave
their house to travel. In the dinner scene, Chris has an awkward conversation with Jeremy about
sports. The tension in this conversation is felt when Jeremy asks Chris about baseball. Jeremy
states that he ought to know him more because he would become his brother-in-law...
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