What Makes a Good Relationship Good

Choose two of the following prompts and write 750-1,000 words for each prompt. For each prompt, you will need to choose a different theory or set of concepts to address that come from class readings or lectures/discussions throughout the semester.

1. If people only knew [communication theory/concept], then they would have enduringly good workplace relationships.

2. If people only knew [communication theory/concept], then they would have enduringly good romantic relationships.

3. If people only knew [communication theory/concept], then they would have enduringly good friendships.

4. If people only knew [communication theory/concept], then they would have enduringly good family relationships.

Six scholarly references needed (three for each section).

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide.

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STUDY MATERIALS

Read Chapters 13-14 in Reflect & Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication.

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Read “Computer-Mediated Communication With Distant Friends: Relations With Adjustment During Students’ First Semester in College,” by Ranney & Troop-Gordon, from Journal of Educational Psychology (2012).

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Read “Associations Between Online Friendship and Internet Addiction Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults,” by Smahel, Brown, & Blinka, from Developmental Psychology (2012).

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Read “In the Eye of the Beholder: Perceived, Actual, and Peer-Rated Similarity in Personality, Communication, and Friendship Intensity During the Acquaintanceship Process,” by Selfhout, Denissen, Branje, & Meeus, from Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2009).

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For additional information, the following is recommended: “From the Love of Friends to the Love of Strangers: Reflections on Friendship and Discipleship” by Toth, from Baptistic Theologies (2015).

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 For additional information, the following is recommended: “Where Is the Love? The Disruptive Possibilities of Women’s Friendships as Participation in the Triune God” by Chilton Thompson, from Perspectives in Religious Studies (2018).

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For additional information, the following is recommended: “Friends Without Benefits: Understanding the Dark Sides of Workplace Friendship” by Pillemer, & Rothbard, from Academy of Management Review (2018).

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 For additional information, the following is recommended: “How Remote Workers Make Work Friends” by Schinoff, Ashforth, & Corley, from Harvard Business Review Digital Articles (2019).

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