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The Challenge of Facework: Cross-Cultural and Interpersonal Issues (Suny Series in Human Communication Processes) (SUNY series, Human Communication Processes) Paperback – by Stella Ting-Toomey (Editor) See all formats and editionsPrice: $ The book serves a dual purpose: to raise issues and to extend some of the current ideas in face and facework research in the cross-cultural and interpersonal communication settings, and to illuminate some specific directions for future research into the face and facework management process.
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Face and facework: an introduction / Stella Ting-Toomey --Facework in communication: conceptual and moral challenges / Robyn Penman --Face in Japan and the United States / Seiichi Morisaki and William B.
Gudykunst --A Chinese perspective. General Purpose: Facework describes the maintenance of one’s perceived identity. Specific Purpose: This theory is concerned with the ways in which we construct and preserve our self images, or the image of someone else. Key terms, concepts, and definitions: Face: One’s public self image, or how we want to be perceived by can be built, changed, or lost during communication.
Written in a clear, engaging style Facework: Bridging Theory and Practice introduces a new paradigm that identifies facework as the key to communication within the management of difference. Authors Kathy Domenici and Stephen W. Littlejohn illustrate how facework is a central process in the social construction of both identity and community.
These face concerns ultimately influence conflict styles and remains one of the best predictors of facework and facework behavior (Oetzel et al,pp. This remains important because the way a society treats people affects the way that people self-construe, as well as how they will interact with one another (Brett,p.
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Facework concerns the speakers’ wants of face, both the individual face and the group face. In the present article face is described in cultural terms within the general face wants autonomy and affiliation and in accordance with the roles the speakers assume in interaction.
In the analysis of an excerpt from the TV-debate Cada día two types. Penman, R. Facework in communication: Conceptual and moral challenges. In S. Ting-Toomey (Ed.), The challenge of facework: Cross-cultural and interpersonal issues (pp.
15–45). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. Google Scholar. The appendix provides a wealth of information in a succinct format. This book issues an invitation to engage in a thoughtful dialogue about human difference, conflict, and communication.
Get to Xomenici Us. The book ends with two chapters to round off the notion rialogue the facework matrix as a prac- tical theory in action. The Challenge of Facework: Cross-Cultural and Interpersonal Issues by Stella Ting-Toomey (Editor) it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published Facework is defined as clusters of communicative behaviors that are used to enact self-face and to uphold, challenge/threaten, or support the other person's face.
 With these concepts and frameworks, the face-negotiation theory investigated intercultural conflict styles. AbstractA variety of face types can be in operation in workplaces, dependent on, for example, the kind of workplace, the various activities engaged in in that workplace, the status/role/gender of participants working in and/or connected with the workplace, etc.
This paper offers an adapted version of Archer’s () Facework Scale as a means of accounting for the different types of face in.
The Challenge Of Facework: Cross-Cultural And Interpersonal Issues. 1st ed. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp Book. Spencer, D. New York: Ballantine Books, p Dissertation. White, A. Womens' Usage of Specific Linguistic Functions in the Context of Casual Conversation: Analysis and Discussion Chapter 10 reviews the concepts set forth in the book and reviews the strategies set forth in the facework model presented earlier.
Chapter 10 begins with the rationale for the book. by Christopher Flanders Missionaries and national leaders can make face a subject of theological investigation, working together to develop a biblically-specific, biblically-informed understanding of face and face practices.
There is an enduring and pressing problem where missionaries work in cross-cultural settings.The focus of Chapter 3 was on the process by which individuals negotiate and co-construct their respective relationship-specific identities. Unfortunately, constructing these identities is only the beginning.
As circumstances change, identities evolve. New challenges may require new rules. Stella Ting-Toomey (Ed.), The Challenge of Facework: Cross-cultural and Interpersonal Issues, State University of New York Press, Albany, NY (), pp.
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