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Identity Management Theory
Transcript of Identity Management Theory
~Preoccupied with protecting the image we decide to present to other
~We are engaged in facework Identity Management and Framework An interpersonal interactions people shape their identities to display a particular sense of self. When we get into conversations with other we offer our identity and hope that others will accept it. Self Concept
Self Esteem Face- the image of the self that we present to others in our interpersonal encounters. Positive Face- Our desire to be liked by significant people in our lives Negative Face- When people respect our individuality and advoid interferring with our actions or beliefs. Our identities can become threatened "To fail in a performance leads to loss of face which upsets the pattern of social intercourse" (Joseph Forgis) Self-monitoring- the extent to which people actively think about and control their public behavior and actions. People who are more aware of their behaviors are seen as better communicators.