I’m studying and need help with a Communications question to help me learn.
The goal of this assignment is to identify the five relationship stages, discussed in lecture, in the movie Annie Hall. The stages include: Contact, Involvement, Intimacy, Deterioration, Repair, and Dissolution. In addition, to the above stages, include as many other concepts covered throughout the semester as possible. You might, for instances, mention culture, impression formation, (self fulfilling prophecy, self-serving bias etc.) listening styles, self-concept (Johari Window) attribution theory, conversation, personality theory, perception, confirming/disconfirming language, verbal/ nonverbal messages, abstract vs. concrete terms etc. In addition to the relationship stages, you are required to include at least 3 additional concepts.
Paragraph 1: Use a deductive approach (general to specific) start with some general comments regarding interpersonal communication (attention getter). Gradually move towards your thesis statement i.e., “This paper will examine the six relationship stages discussed in class as they appear in the movie Annie Hall. The paper will also analyze the concepts of self- fulfilling prophecy, disconfirming language and perception, in an attempt to provide insight into the many influences that impact all interpersonal relationships.
Paragraph 2: Discuss the first two relationship stages, Contact, Involvement, as they appear in the movie. (Include any additional relevant concepts.
Paragraph 3: Discuss the third and forth relationship stages, Intimacy, Deterioration, as they appear in the movie.
Paragraph 4: Discuss the fifth and sixth relationship stages, Repair, and Dissolution, as they appear in the movie.
Paragraph 5: Summarize the main ideas in the paper. Describe to the reader what was learned, or accomplished, and any further research required. Tie the conclusion back to the opening and leave the reader with something to remember.
Grading- Paper follows required format, Paper includes all required elements, Paper is free of spelling and grammar errors. Paper is typed. Paper is written in the third person (no personal pronouns)