SAGE Journal Articles
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This article examines the role of power in communication. The study looks at the protest movements that have yielded more power over time. This often creates a sense of interdependence. The idea of inequality stemming directly from power imbalance and positioning is explored. Obstacles to power are examined from the perspective of power as a resource and concept.
- Discuss how power can be used in positive and negative communication strategies.
- Explain the use of power in persuasion and manipulation.
- Discuss the advantage of having power over a situation or relationship.
- Do obstacles to power present enabling or disabling?
Cameron, D. C. Lindquist, K. A., & Kurt, G. (2015). A constructionist review of morality and emotions: No evidence for specific links between moral content and discrete emotions. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 19, 371–394. doi:10.1177/1088868314566683
This article examines the connection between morality and emotions in communication. The article examines the constructionist perspective. The study suggests a unique pairing of these two components and seeks to find the connection. Correspondence is researched as various methods of communication are examined in conjunction with moral issues and feelings.
- Discuss the possible connection between morality and emotions.
- Discuss the rationale that may arise from a moral perspective.
- Do morality and emotions serve communication exchanges?
- Explain the process of moral pairing in a two-way communication exchange.