What are unique features of interpersonal communication? How might beliefs about human nature and personhood impact the way people communicate interpersonally or build relationships? For example, many communication scholars rely upon Martin Buber’s concept of personhood to understand interpersonal communication. How does his concept of personhood compare to the concept of personhood from a Christian worldview?
What is meant by, “No one person can completely control a communication event, and no single person or action causes—or can be blamed for—a communication outcome?” What implications does this have for the role of faith in relationships?
How do perceptions of self and others influence the way people form personal relationships, maintain personal relationships, or end personal relationships?
Online communication environments undoubtedly shape the way you think about and present yourself to others (through communication choices). Do you think that online communication is necessarily more impersonal or is healthy interpersonal communication possible online? Explain.
What are the differences between emotions, feelings, and moods? What are some approaches shared by communication scholars to managing negative moods?
What are the main barriers to active listening in your close relationships? Which one of the strategies from the class readings might you incorporate in your communication to become a better listener? Is active listening a biblical value, or does the Bible clarify what it means to be an active listener? Explain.
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