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Paper Assignment: Relational Communication
The paper should be typed (12-point font), double spaced, and no more than eight pages. Choose to follow the directions for either paper option #1 or paper option #2. The difference is that in option #1 you are interviewing a married couple or, if not married, a couple in a serious relationship, and you will use the interview questions in red font at the bottom of this assignment to help you write a paper about their relationship. In option #2, you will write about a romantic relationship you are in or were in.
Communicate in writing with a commitment to clarity and conciseness. Take care to present proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation, as these issues will be considered in your grade. You will use material from lectures, the text, and personal examples. Be certain to cite sources according to APA form and include a reference page if needed. However, given this is an application paper, you are not required to cite outside sources. The paper will be evaluated according to:
accuracy and completeness of the theory/concept description and evaluation
appropriateness and detail of the personal examples provided
use of appropriate terminology throughout the paper
overall quality of writing, including accuracy of spelling and grammar
Topic and Procedure for Paper Option #2
The central goal of this paper is to examine the validity of the theories/concepts regarding intimate relationships presented in your text and in class. You will determine how adequate these theories are for explaining what happens in relationships by attempting to apply the theories to your own relationship or one that you were in. Specifically, this paper will describe one of your intimate relationships, examine the way your relationship has approached conflict or stress, and explore the effect your relationship has had on your communication behaviors with others outside the relationship.
Explain the purpose of your paper and direction you plan to take. Identify your romantic partner and describe the nature of your relationship (how serious, how long you have known each other, where you met, etc.).
Body (There are three parts to the body of the paper.)
Part I:
Describe your intimate relationship according to your attraction to your partner/friend and the stages of relational development. Focus on the four cues of Duck’s Filtering Theory of Attraction.
Second, pick two other “magnets” (e.g. physical beauty, similarity, reciprocal liking, etc.) discussed in the book and describe the role they played in your attraction.
Finally, use the stages of development in romantic coupling discussed in the book to describe your relationship (pick just two stages that are interesting to you).
Discuss each concept in detail, and then apply the concept to your own relationship. Provide specific examples of specific interactions in your relationship to illustrate your points. If current concepts do not fit your relationship, provide a suggestion of how you would change the characterization of that concept to describe how it fits your relationship.
Part II:
Examine how you and your partner deal with or have dealt with conflict/stress. You may focus on any conflict or stressful situation you like (e.g., disagreements, decisions, natural life changes, outside influences, divorce/separation, etc.). It will be best for this paper if you focus on a specific, important conflict or stressful situation.
Explain the circumstance surrounding the event and analyze how you and your partner/friend dealt with the conflict/stress. Choose and apply at least two communication concepts from the end of Chapter 11 where the authors discuss how to manage conflict and stress and Gottman’s warning signs. It doesn’t matter whether you feel you dealt with the conflict/stress well or poorly. The key is to examine exactly what you and your partner did or did not do regarding the conflict/stress. Again, use specific examples of specific interactions to support your points.
Part III:
First, examine the effect your relationship has had on your communication behaviors with others by focusing on at least one communication concept from any point in the course. Examples of communication concepts you may want to focus on are: communicator styles, communication competence, relational themes, bases of power, conflict strategies. It may be that you use the same communication behaviors (effective or ineffective) with others as you do in your intimate relationship. Possibly you have learned what not to do when communicating with others based on the ineffective behaviors used in your relationship. The goal is to explain and provide examples of communication behaviors as they occurred in your relationship and compare/contrast those with how you communicate in other relationships. Use specific examples of specific interactions.
Second, discuss whether your relationship receives support or interference from your social network (listen to the Chapter 11 audio power point for material about support and interference). Explain your answer and the effect you think this has on your relationship.
Provide a brief summary concerning the usefulness of the concepts that characterize your relationship (stages of attraction, magnets), the way you and your partner cope with conflict/stress, and the effect your relationship has had on your communication behaviors with others. Last, provide a discussion of what you have learned (more generally) about relational communication by analyzing and applying the concepts/theories to your own relationship.

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