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Communication and Identity: Creating and Presenting the Self
Transcript of Communication and Identity: Creating and Presenting the Self
Holding an expectation
Behaving in accordance with that expectation
The expectation coming to pass
Reinforcing the original expectation Self-fulfilling prophecy Other factors that affect the self-concept are culture, sex/ gender, social environment, etc. other factors Identity management occurs for two reasons. Many times it aims at following social rules and conventions. At other times it aims at achieving a variety of content and relational goals.
Communicators engage in creating an identity by managing their manner, appearance, and the settings in which they interact with others.
Occurs both face-to-face and mediated communication. Identity management self-esteem: part of the self-concept that involves evaluations of self-worth. the relatively stable set of perceptions you hold of yourself presenting self: the person you believe yourself to be in moments of honest self evaluation a public image; the way we want others to view us; sometimes referred to as one's face Stand and Deliver Akeelah and the Bee The self concept is created through messages from significant others-reflected appraisal-and through social comparison with reference groups